Could President Trump actually win the state of New York in the 2024 general election?
It’s sure shaping up to look that way!
It’s been decades since ANY Republican has won the state of New York in a presidential election.
Thanks to Biden’s historic unpopularity, it appears as though President Trump may smash all expectations yet again.
The latest polling shows President Trump trailing Biden by just 9 points in New York.
While 9 points might sound like a lot, Trump has closed the gap by over 50 percent.
In 2016, Trump lost to Clinton in New York 59.0% to 36.5%.
That was a 22.5% difference.
In 2020, Trump lost to Biden in New York 61% to 28%.
That was a 33% landslide.
Now, Trump is only behind Biden by 9 points.
He’s closed the gap big time, and we’re still over a year out from election day!
“As people have gotten further away from the Trump presidency, they realize how good the policies were”@AndrewHGiuliani reacts to a poll showing Trump gaining ground on Biden in New York.
— Red Apple Media 🇺🇸 (@RedAppleMediaUS) October 27, 2023
BREAKING: New poll shows former President Trump has evaporated Biden’s lead in New York by 12 points since September.
— Leading Report (@LeadingReport) October 27, 2023
📊 NEW YORK 2024: Siena College (A+)
(D) Biden 46% (+9)
(R) Trump 37%
(D) Biden 38% (+7)
(R) Trump 31%
(I) Kennedy Jr 13%
(I) West 5%
Someone else 32%
DEM 49% (+12)
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) October 24, 2023
New Yorkers are experiencing the consequences of far left policies first-hand.
From the migrant crisis to inflation, war in the Middle East to the war in Europe, it’s clear that we were better off under President Trump than Joe Biden.
If New Yorkers are figuring this out, then this could result in a landslide next year.
The New York Post confirms:
President Biden has just a nine-point edge over Donald Trump in a new poll of deep-blue New York, a state he won by 23 points in 2020, according to a new Siena College survey.
Biden, 80, had enjoyed a 21-point lead over the Republican front-runner in a September poll by the upstate college, but a new poll released Tuesday found the Democratic incumbent was only ahead by 46% to 37% in a head-to-head matchup against Trump, 77.
His lead further shrank to seven points over Trump — who is accused of 91 felonies — when third-party candidates Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornell West were added to the equation, the survey found.
Biden’s diminished lead is less than a third of his margin of victory in 2020, when he beat Trump 61% to 38% in the Empire State.
Political strategist Hank Sheinkopf calling Biden’s diminished lead in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 2 to 1 “shocking.”
If President Trump were to win the state of New York, it would send shockwaves through all of D.C.
It would be a repeat of the 2016 election night all over again.
And it would underscore how weak, unpopular, and frail Joe Biden truly is.
This just raises the question: how could someone who reportedly won the 2020 election with a historic 81 million votes possibly crater so viciously in just 3 short years?
Trump gains ground on Biden in New York as border crisis deepens: pollhttps://t.co/IO0jIJPXV0
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 27, 2023
2024 New York GE:
Biden 46% (+9)
Biden 38% (+7)
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 25, 2023
NY Post: Trump trails Biden by only 9 points in New York, after losing by 23 in 2020.
It wouldn’t surprise me if Trump was tied with Biden in NY one year from today.
— Lowkey Rey 2.0 (@AtlRey) October 27, 2023
Don’t be surprised if polling out of New York gets even tighter.
With the holidays around the corner, every day Americans are focused on the state of the economy like never before.
While wages are stagnating, inflation continues to soar, hurting hundreds of millions of Americans in their pocketbooks.
No wonder President Trump and the America First principles are ascendant!
Local WION News confirms Trump’s stratospheric rise:
The latest poll, which surveyed 1,225 registered voters, reveals that President Biden’s lead over former president Donald Trump has decreased substantially.
In this poll, Biden leads Trump 46 to 37 per cent, indicating a significant shift from the 61 to 28 per cent victory Biden secured over Trump in the 2020 election.
One of the most concerning aspects for President Biden is the decline in his favourability and job approval ratings. These latest numbers reflect his worst-ever favourability rating at 45 to 52 percent and an approval rating of 46 to 51 per cent. This shift may indicate dissatisfaction with his leadership.
A surprising revelation from the poll is the desire for a different presidential nominee among Democrats, with 52 per cent expressing this sentiment. This internal dissatisfaction raises concerns within the Democratic Party.
There are some Republicans who still question President Trump’s electability.
But is there any other Republican polling this well in New York?
We didn’t think so.
President Trump is a fighter – that’s what people love about him.
Plus, he actually has a record of being in the White House.
And now, the difference between President Trump and Joe Biden couldn’t be any clearer.