[Photo Credit: by Gage Skidmore]

Trump Leads Biden in New North Carolina and Georgia Polls

According to two polls released on Wednesday, former President Trump leads President Biden in both Georgia and North Carolina as voters prepare for an increasingly probable rematch between the two men.

A survey conducted by Emerson College Polling and The Hill among Georgia voters found Trump to be 48 percent more popular than Biden, with 42 percent remaining undecided.

When third-party candidates such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are incorporated into the polling, Trump’s lead decreases to 36% from 35% for Biden.

Kennedy, on the other hand, receives 6% of the vote, while both Jill Stein and Cornel West each receive less than 2%. 11% of the those surveyed remained undecided.

In contrast, Trump leads among white voters by 63% to 30%, with 7% undecided, while Biden leads among black voters by 65% to 20%.

In contrast, Trump leads Biden by a margin of 44% to 47% in a separate Emerson College Polling/The Hill survey of North Carolina voters; the difference is within the margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. Those unsure constitute 10% of the total.

When third-party candidates are incorporated into the poll, Trump’s position is recorded at 46%, Biden at 37%, and Kennedy at 5%. A minority of 11% remain undecided, whereas West and Stein each receive less than 2%.

A majority of voters under the age of 30 (53 percent) and a plurality of voters in their 30s (47 percent) support President Biden over Trump (35 percent).

The proportion of voters in their forties who support each candidate is 45%. Voters aged 50 and older favor Trump by a margin of 52% to 40%.

This autumn, both Georgia and North Carolina will be pivotal in determining the victor for the presidency, despite the fact that North Carolina has become more Republican in recent years.

The Emerson College Polling/The Hill survey of 1,000 registered Georgia voters was conducted from February 14-16. Three percentage points plus or minus constitutes the margin of error.

The Emerson College Polling/The Hill survey of North Carolina voters was also conducted from February 14-16 with a sample size of 1,000 registered voters. The survey had a 3 percentage point margin of error.

[READ MORE: Liberal Pollster Claims Biden On Path To Lose To Trump In 2024]

About Post Author