Joe Biden trembled with fear when the bad news from this brand new poll hit
The fake news media has already begun the coronation for Joe Biden as the next president of the United States.
Poll after poll shows Biden leading the Democrat field and even defeating President Trump.
But Joe Biden trembled with fear after the bad news from this brand new poll hit.
Democrats believe Joe Biden is the strongest candidate because of his ability to appeal to voters in the Midwestern states that delivered the presidency to Donald Trump.
That all was just called into question.
A brand new Firehouse Strategies poll of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin shows President Trump surging in all three states against Biden.
A series of polls show President Donald Trump has improved his standing in several key Rust Belt states ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Firehouse Strategies released surveys of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania on Tuesday indicating Trump is holding his own when matched against several of his potential Democrat opponents. These three states were key to President Trump’s victory in 2016. If Trump had lost each of them, he would not have had more than 270 electoral votes and would not have won the presidency. But since Trump flipped all three from Democrat control, along with other major wins in battlegrounds like Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, and Iowa, the president was able to defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton–winning a total of 306 electoral votes from 30 and a half states.
In the Firehouse Strategies survey of 535 Wisconsin likely voters, former Vice President Joe Biden leads Trump 46 percent to 40 percent. Although Trump trails Biden in Wisconsin in this poll, the Democrat frontrunner’s lead has shrunk by more than half since a similar survey of Wisconsin was conduced for Firehouse Strategies in March when Biden led Trump by 13 percent, 53 percent to 40 percent, in the Badger State.
These three states were part of the fabled “blue wall” of Electoral College votes that fell into the Democrats’ column in every election from 1992 to 2012.
But Donald Trump shattered it with his populist appeal on trade, immigration, and foreign policy.
If Trump can win these states in 2020 he is assured re-election.
And it looks like he is well positioned to carry all three again.