Trump leads Biden by 2.3% in national poll when RFK included: Decision Desk HQ/The Hill polling average

Trump leads with 41.5 percent, while Biden has received 39.2 percent and Kennedy received just 9.5 percent..

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

The latest average of polls gathered by Decision Desk HQ and The Hill has found that Donald Trump leads in the 2024 presidential race against both incumbent Joe Biden and independent candidate Robert F Kennedy Jr among voters nationwide.

As of April 1, the latest date available, the average of 106 polls has revealed that Trump leads with 41.5 percent, while Biden has received 39.2 percent and Kennedy received just 9.5 percent.

Of the 19 polls conducted in March alone, Trump came out on top in 18 of them, leading by as little as 1 point, as seen in March’s Quinnipiac and Economist/YouGov polls, and as much as 6 points, as seen in March’s HarrisX/Forbes poll.

In the one poll from the Economist/YouGov Biden was found to be leading, he led by just one point over Trump.

This comes as James Carville has warned that the Democrat party is losing young voters "in droves," a demographic that largely supported Biden in the 2020 election.

"I’ve been very vocal about this," Carville said on his podcast. "It’s horrifying our numbers among younger voters, particularly younger blacks, younger latinos … younger people of color. Particularly males."

"We’re not shedding them," he continued, "they’re leaving in droves."

Biden allies have also expressed serious concerns over Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s candidacy, with Democratic National Committee figures in a recent phone call stating that he is a "spoiler" candidate to Biden’s chances at securing a second term.

This proves true in the polling average, with Trump losing 3.8 percent support with Kennedy added into the mix, while Biden lost 5.3 percent support.

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