This Poll Has Trump CRUSHING Biden At Any Given Moment

Written By BlabberBuzz | Monday, 25 October 2021 22:45

GOP Pollster John McLaughlin on Sunday projected former President Donald Trump would completely overwhelm President Joe Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris right now because of their dropping approval rates.

In an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis, McLaughlin announced almost one out of five people who voted for Biden last year censored the job the president is doing.

"And you've got 55% to 37% that they're worried about the future of America while Biden is president. That's a huge number," McLaughlin said.

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The pollster added that Americans by a 61% to 33% margin believe Biden is trying to get Congress to waste too much money on his infrastructure and social spending bills.

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"Trump would win in a landslide right now," McLaughlin declared, "It would be an electoral landslide. He would beat either Biden or Harris. He's ahead of Harris 49 to 46 in the poll," he said.

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McLaughlin noted Biden "ran as this moderate, and it was during the historic pandemic."

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"You're looking at an election where the guy they voted for is not what they got," he said, adding: "He's being run by the radicals. He's doing things he said he wasn't going to do."

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"We're moving into a post-pandemic age, where you see really new voter coalitions of 21st-century voters," the pollster pointed out.

"The bounce-back is going to show itself in elections this year, possibly in Virginia," he said, where Democrat Terry McAuliffe is in a neck-and-neck race with Republican Glenn Youngkin.

"The radical wing of the Democratic Party is holding the rest of their party hostage. And the voters aren't going to stand for it anymore. It's gone way too far. People want to get back to some degree of sanity. And they're going to take it out in the polls," McLaughlin asserted.

Former President Trump is telling almost anyone who'll hear he will run again in 2024 — and poll after poll shows the vast majority of Republicans would gladly cheer him on and vote for him.

Why it matters: Trump is the heart, soul, and undisputed leader of the Republican Party and will easily win the nomination if he wants it, the polls make it unmistakably clear.

Trump is spending much of his time thinking about politics, holding calls with his political team, and surveying polling.

A source related to Trump said he "is keeping all options open for 2024." With [an 84%] approval rating in the Republican Party, he doesn't need to keep 'close tabs' on anyone."

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