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Apr 21 2023
Trump surges to 13-point lead over DeSantis: poll
Former President Trump has flipped the field against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a possible 2024 GOP primary matchup, surging to a 13-point lead according to a new Wall Street Journal poll.
Trump trailed DeSantis by 14 points as recently as December, but Trump’s solid lead now points to signs that DeSantis’s not-yet-announced campaign may be losing momentum.
In a head-to-headThe Hill
May 15 2023
“Erdogan entered the elections trailing his main rival in the polls, but he now appears the clear favourite”—An inconclusive vote in Turkey
DESPITE THE opposition’s lead in the pre-election polls, the incumbent president seems to have performed better than expected. What does a run-off mean for the nation? The mental health of teenage girls is plummeting and according to our data, social media might be to blame. And, have you ever wondered what it takes to be a spy? Start with our reading list. Runtime: 24 min Listen on: AppleThe Economist
Apr 24 2023
Majority of Americans oppose bans of medication abortion drugs, poll finds
A significant majority of Americans do not support laws that would prohibit access to drugs used in medication abortions, and confidence in the US supreme court is at a new low, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll released on Monday.
A majority of Americans also do not believe federal judges should be able to overturn the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of aThe Guardian
May 08 2023
Sen. Kennedy on why Biden poll numbers are cratering: Vast majority believe he's 'not fit' to be president
Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., slammed President Biden Monday on his economic policy, warning he needs to take Americans' inflation concerns "seriously" as his approval slides to a new low following his 2024 re-election announcement. Kennedy joined "The Brian Kilmeade Show" to discuss how Biden's economic woes have impacted his presidency and his 2024 candidacy as consumers battle rising prices.Fox News (Online News)
May 07 2023
WaPo-ABC News poll: 4 in 10 Americans say Biden and Trump are too old to serve new terms
Do Joe Biden and Donald Trump have what it takes to serve another term as president? When the latest poll by the Washington Post and ABC News posed questions about age, mental acuity, and physical stamina to voters, the numbers were not good for Biden but less bad for Trump. The men are only four years apart, but the public perception of the two is very different. Both men have doctors whoHotAir
May 07 2023
ABC/WaPo Poll: Trump Opens up Clear 7-Point Lead over Biden in 2024 Race
Former President Donald Trump, a Republican, has opened up a clear lead over President Joe Biden, a Democrat, in the 2024 race for the White House, a Washington Post and ABC News poll shows. The poll shows 49 percent of respondents said they would definitely or probably vote for Trump against Biden, or that they lean towards voting for Trump, whereas Biden in such a scenario only nets 42Breitbart News
Apr 12 2023
Poll: Trump Tops Haley, Scott in South Carolina
Former President Donald Trump has drawn more support from South Carolina GOP voters in his bid for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination than the state's former governor, Nikki Haley, or Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., a new Winthrop University poll found. Trump was the top candidate for 41% of survey respondents, followed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at 20%. DeSantis has not yet announced hisNewsmax (News)
Apr 25 2023
Poll: Republicans think Trump should be president — even if he's convicted of a crime
As President Biden launches his reelection campaign, a rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump looks increasingly likely. This comes as a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll out Tuesday that finds two-thirds of Republicans would still vote for Trump even if he is found guilty of a crime.
"Everything that Trump has ever been accused of, has come out to be false," said one ofNPR (Online News)
May 03 2023
As Trump seems likely to skip primary debate amid polling lead, opponents claim he's 'afraid'
Donald Trump will likely not attend one or both of the first two 2024 Republican primary debates, which begin in August, multiple sources who have spoken to the former president told ABC News. One person wondered, "What's the point?" -- pointing to Trump's lead in multiple polls and suggesting that duking it out with other candidates would only legitimize them. Trump also has a history ofABC News (Online)
Apr 14 2023
Trump maintains strong lead in Georgia GOP primary: poll
Former President Trump maintained a strong lead in a hypothetical Georgia Republican primary over his current and potential challengers, according to a new poll. The poll from the University of Georgia’s School of Public & International Affairs Survey Research Center found Trump has a 20-point lead over his next closest challenger in a group of current and possible GOP presidentialThe Hill