vcczar Posted April 27 Share Posted April 27 An interesting Emerson Poll came out. [Note: This pollster gets an A-, so the poll is generally considered to be more thorough than other pollsters. ] Here's some results from this 4/24-4/25 poll: Biden approval is very low -- 41%. His disapproval is 49%, which means 10% of people don't know how they feel. This 10% is interesting. Despite a 41% approval, Biden beats Trump by 2 pts and DeSantis by 6 pts! However, 20% don't know who they'd vote for between Biden and DeSantis, while 14% don't know between Biden and Trump. Regardless, it's showing that 2% of people that either disapprove of Biden or don't know how they feel about him are supporting him over Trump or DeSantis, as Biden has 43% against both Trump and DeSantis. For the Dem Primary: Biden 70%, RFK JR 21%, Williamson 8%. For the GOP Primary: Trump 62%, DeSantis 16%, Pence 7%, Haley 3%, Ramaswamy 3%, Hutchinson 2%, Christie 2%, T Scott 0%, Sununu 0%. Trump extends his lead over DeSantis despite two major trials, including a rape trial. Generic Ballot: 42% Democrats and 42% Republicans. This shows Generic Dems outrunning Biden by 1% and outrunning support for DeSantis by 5% and Trump by 1%. On another note, I really like this website: https://www.racetothewh.com/president Right now it's projecting Biden beating Trump 357-182, which is the highest I've seen. I really think it's closer than that and usually he shows a much, much closer election. I'm not sure what's going on today. In fact, he has FL and NC going Biden with Ohio as a tossup. He also has Biden at 99% likely to win. This guy was apparently really accurate with the midterms, which is when he got some attention. Today's analysis is probably the most questionable one he's published. I'm not sure why he's predicting a landslide when Trump seems to be increasing his lead on DeSantis (consolidating support) with each trial he faces in court. The analyst may be assuming a huge pro-Biden swing of undecideds or something. Let's hope! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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