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 Biden führt in Umfragen infographic
Graphic zeigt poll of polls seit Joe Biden seine Präsidentschaftskampagne bekanntgegeben hat.


Biden führt in Umfragen vor Trump

By Duncan Mil

March 21, 2024 - Präsident Joe Biden führt plötzlich vor Donald Trump, laut einer Umfrage im Auftrag der Florida Atlantic Universität (FAU). In drei weiteren Umfragen führt Biden vor Trump.

The FAU and Mainstreet Research survey, conducted between March 15 and 17, found Biden leading Trump by two percentage points among likely voters, with 47 per cent saying they'd support the president if the election were held today and 45 per cent choosing Trump.

In FAU's February poll, only 41 per cent of voters backed the president, while 44 per cent supported Trump.

Three other polls released this week found him leading Trump. Surveys from Reuters/Ipsos, Civiqs/Daily Kos and Public Policy Polling for the Democratic super PAC Progress Action Fund all show Trump trailing Biden by one percentage point.

Biden, 81, improved his standings among every age group except young voters; however, Trump saw his support among those 18 to 34 jump 14 per cent in the past month.

Biden made gains among likely female voters. FAU's March poll found that 52 per cent of likely female voters would support Biden, a 10-point increase from February's survey, where female voters were split 42-42 per cent between Biden and Trump. In the March poll, only 38 per cent of likely female voters said they would vote for Trump.

Trump, 77, made gains among likely male voters, with 51 per cent saying they'd back him in November's election.

PUBLISHED: 21/03/2024; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images