Former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden by 2 points in the latest poll by Quinnipiac, a first for that poll.
Trump receives 48% support from registered voters to 46% for Biden in the poll released Wednesday, which was conducted from Nov. 9-13 among 1,574 registered voters with a margin of error of 2.5%. Trump also led Biden in a three-way race, 38% to 37%, with independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. drawing 21%.
Trump’s lead over Biden and Kennedy also held up in a five-way race, with the former president holding 38%, Biden drawing 35% and Kennedy securing 17%, while independent candidate Cornell West and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein each pulled 3% support.
Trump and Biden held commanding leads in their respective primary campaigns for their parties’ presidential nominations, the poll said. Trump led Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis by 48 points, while Biden led author Marianne Williamson 74% to 12%.
Biden previously led Trump by 1 point in Qunnipiac’s September poll and by 4 point in July, according to a post on X by Interactive Polls
Trump leads Biden by 1 point in the RealClearPolitics average of polls from Oct. 27 to Nov 14. At this time in 2019, Biden led Trump by 10.2% while in 2015, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton held a 4.4% lead over Trump.
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