New Poll Shows Where Trump, Biden Stand In Battleground States

By Jason Hall

April 19, 2024

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Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden are in a tight race in four key battleground states, according to the latest FOX News poll released on Thursday (April 18).

The poll, which surveyed 1,100 registered voters between April 11-16, showed that the two candidates were tied in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, while Trump had a slight advantage in Georgia and Michigan, though both were within the margin of sampling error. The surveys also reported that Trump was "meeting or exceeding his 2020 vote percentages in the two-way race, while Biden trails his number," and that "more voters disapprove than approve of Biden's job performance by at least 10 points."

Biden, however, still overperformed his approval rating as 10% of the respondents who claimed to have disapproved his job performance still preferred him in a head-to-head matchup with Trump, who holds a significant advantage over the current president in the poll on the topics of immigration and the economy. A New York Times and Siena College poll released in November 2023 reported that Trump led Biden by a 52% to 41% margin in Nevada, a 49% to 44% margin in Georgia, a 49% to 44% margin in Arizona, a 48% to 43% margin in Michigan and a 48% to 44% margin in Pennsylvania.

Biden reportedly had a 47% to 45% edge over Trump in Wisconsin at the time. The latest New York Times/Sienna College poll released last Saturday (April 13) also showed that Trump had an early polling advantage by a 47% to 46% margin.

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