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Trump wins 6 out of 7 decisive states… tied with Biden in only this state

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Trump wins 6 out of 7 decisive states… tied with Biden in only this state

The Wall Street Journal releases the latest update on registered voter retention rates in seven battleground statesvoteShow, Former PresidenttrumpSix states are at the forefront among thesebidenMr. Speaker, the two are tied only in Wisconsin at 46%. According to the data, voters in battleground states are more concerned about the US economy and inflation than the national average.

The survey was conducted between March 17 and 24 this year, with a total of 4,200 registered voters completing questionnaires via phone calls and text messages, with 600 registered voters in each battleground state taking part in the survey.

Figures show Trump’s support in Arizona is 47% and Biden’s is 42%; Trump’s support in Georgia is 44% and Biden’s is 43%; Trump’s support in Michigan is 48%; Biden has 45%; Trump’s support in Nevada is 48%, and Biden’s is 44%; In North Carolina, Trump’s support is at 49%, and Biden’s at 43%; In Pennsylvania, Trump’s support is at 47%, and Biden’s at 44%; In Wisconsin, the support level for Trump and Biden is 46%.

Looking at 2020, the same Wall Street Journal poll showed Biden ahead of Trump in six states, excluding North Carolina.

The Wall Street Journal analyzed that for Biden, many voters are still unsure about their voting intentions, meaning there is room for continued efforts.

Statistics show that about 25% of respondents are unsure about their support and are willing to support third parties and independent candidates.

Democratic pollster Michael Bocian said the election results did not reflect public enthusiasm about the emergence of third-party candidates. Voters are beginning to evaluate other options because they are dissatisfied with the current options. He said that from past elections and election results it can be seen that voters who were originally inclined to support third-party candidates or independent candidates, after hearing more political opinions expressed, turned out to be mostly majoritarian in the general election. Voted for the candidates of the parties.

A Wall Street Journal poll shows that voters in battleground states are more concerned about the US economy than the national average. Nearly 35% of voters in battleground states said the economy and inflation are the most important factors in determining voting trends. However, in a national survey in February this year, only 19% of voters nationwide said the economy and inflation were the most important considerations in voting.

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