• May 25, 2024

Trump Scores Unprecedented 2024 Victory

Trump Scores Unprecedented 2024 Victory – And It’s a Crippling Blow for President Biden

There are ample signs that suggest the 2024 Election won’t be anything like the 2020 Election. While Joe Biden and Donald Trump will be on the ballots again, Biden can’t count on the same factors to sweep him into the White House.

Biden will have four years of problems weighing him down. He continues to lose support among trusted Democratic voting blocs, including black and Hispanic voters.

Despite all the lawsuits and trials thrown at him, Donald Trump looks to be in a good position as we near November. Most Americans seem to doubt the legitimacy of these criminal trials. And now, a new report is revealing Biden is losing a must-win demographic.

From The Post Millennial:
Recent polling showed that former President Trump has continued to gain the support of young voters.

In the latest Harvard Youth Poll released this week, the former president received the support of 37 percent of those polled between the ages of 18-29 compared to 45 percent for President Biden. At this same point in 2020, Biden held a 23-point lead among these voters, according to Politico…

“From worries about the economy, foreign policy, immigration, and climate, young people across the country are paying attention and are increasingly prepared to make their voices heard at the ballot box this November,” he explained.

According to new reports, Joe Biden won’t be able to count on young voters the way Democrats have in the past. A Harvard Youth Poll shows Trump gaining support among voters between 18 and 29. Biden enjoyed a 23-24 point lead among this group in 2020.

But statistics show that young Americans, especially those entering the workforce, are suffering disproportionately under Biden’s presidency. The rapid rise in prices is making it hard for young Americans to build wealth. First-time home buyers are struggling to get loans or find adequate housing.

The border crisis has imported over 7 million workers who are competing for young Americans’ jobs. The costs of everything continue to rise, making it harder for those without nest eggs to make ends meet. It should not be a surprise that many of these voters—who supported Biden in 2020—now are looking to Trump for solutions.

Other liberal-leaning young voters are turning on Biden over the Israel-Hamas war. Radical progressives, who are mostly college-age, have accused Biden of “genocide” over his support of Israel. It is unlikely they will vote for Trump, but it still amounts to a major loss for Biden.

Key Takeaways:

  • Young voters are starting to defect from Biden to Trump.
  • Latest polls show Trump gaining support among voters 18-29.
  • Biden won this group by around 24 points in 2020.

Source: The Post Millennial


Mick Farthing

Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.

Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.


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