A brand new poll conducted by CNBC/Change Research has revealed that there is a steady movement among swing-state voters toward support for President Trump as fears about coronavirus continue to dwindle across the country.
Folks, this is much needed good news right now. With all of the chaos exploding across America, the last thing we all need is some craziness in the White House with a mentally unfit Joe Biden at the helm.
Here’s more from The Washington Examiner:
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The survey, conducted by CNBC/Change Research, found that fewer likely voters in the states of Wisconsin, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, and Arizona say they have “very serious” concerns about the coronavirus, down 3 percentage points from 69% in a poll taken two weeks earlier. Less than half of likely voters, 45%, in these states say they have “very serious concerns” about the pandemic.
The slowly dropping concern about the coronavirus is translating into a modest boost for Trump, with 48% of voters in those states saying they approve of the president’s job performance and 52% disapproving. Two weeks ago, 46% said they approved of Trump, and 54% said they disapproved.
Biden still leads Trump in every swing state except North Carolina, where the two candidates are in a virtual tie, with 48% and 47% support, respectively. Biden’s largest lead is 6 percentage points in Michigan, where he earns 50% support. In Arizona, Biden leads by 2 percentage points at 49% support. Trump trails the former vice president by 3 percentage points in Florida at 46% support.
The same margin noted above was also found in the state of Pennsylvania, where Biden is currently earning 49 percent support and Trump is pulling in 46 percent. In the state of Wisconsin, which is currently being ripped apart by violent riots and looting, Biden is still five points ahead of the president with 49 percent support.
This survey asked 4,904 people between Aug. 21-23 and has a margin of error of plus of minus 1.4 points.