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Trump, Biden run neck to neck in U.S. presidential race polls

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President Joe Biden is having a hard time shirking off his rival, former President Donald Trump, as the two contestants run neck to neck in the United States presidential race polls ahead of the upcoming presidential election.

According to the latest polls, the 2024 presidential race between President Biden and former President Trump is very competitive, with different surveys showing different results.

Here are some of the recent polls and their findings:

A poll by 270toWin shows that Biden leads Trump by five points in the national polling average, with 48.5% to 43.5%.

However, the poll also shows that Trump has an advantage in some key swing states, such as Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina.

Another poll by FiveThirtyEight shows that Trump leads Biden by four points in the national polling average, with 46.6% to 42.6%.

This poll shows that Trump has a strong lead among Republican voters, with 86.8% to 6.9% for Biden.

Yet another poll by Hindustan Times shows that Trump leads Biden by seven points in the national polling average, with 47% to 40%.

The poll, meanwhile, shows that Trump has a higher favorability rating than Biden, with 49% to 43%.

A poll by MSNBC shows that Biden leads Trump by four points in the national polling average, with 48% to 44%.

The poll further shows that Biden has a higher approval rating than Trump, with 45% to 41%.

Lastly, The Hill poll shows that Trump and Biden are tied in the national polling average, with 46% each.

The poll shows that Trump and Biden have similar unfavorability ratings, with 52% each.

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The 2024 American presidential election is still far away, and many things can change before then.

However, based on the above permutations and predictions, the race is very close and competitive between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, who are the likely nominees for their respective parties.

Different sources have different results, and some show a slight lead for Biden, while others show a slight lead for Trump. Read more.


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