The latest electoral projections from The New York Times and CBS paint a striking picture, indicating that if the election were held today, former President Trump would likely secure over 300 electoral votes. This is a significant shift from the 2020 election results, showcasing an 8-point swing in favor of Trump.
The driving force behind this potential shift is attributed to what some have termed “Bidenomics.” Bloomberg’s report underscores that a staggering 83% of voters express concerns about the current state of the economy. Furthermore, swing voters place their trust in Trump to handle economic matters, leading by a margin of 10-20 points. This trend is particularly pronounced among women and the elderly, who exhibit heightened concerns about the economic landscape.
These revelations signal a growing apprehension among the electorate regarding the economic challenges they face under current leadership. As these concerns resonate with a wide cross-section of the population, it underscores the profound influence that economic issues hold in shaping electoral outcomes. The next election, based on these indicators, may well hinge on how voters perceive the candidates’ ability to navigate the economic landscape.
The New York Times projects that if the election were held today Trump would get over 300 electoral votes. CBS shows Trump up by 3 points nationwide — an 8 point swing from 2020's alleged results.
The reason is Bidenomics: Bloomberg finds 83% of voters are worried about the… t.co/gI27PrcpNz
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