New Polls Reveal Post-Debate Shift

Many more Americans, according to a recent poll, thought that former President Donald Trump had won the CNN Debate than did those who thought that President Joe Biden had.

According to the Harvard CAPS Harris survey, Trump’s lead over Clinton in the race increased by 6% following their head-to-head battle.

According to respondents, the economy, immigration, and inflation were their top concerns.

The outcome largely mirrored the frightened reaction among Democrats following a humiliating and damaging debate for Biden. Openly, some Democrats and media sources have demanded that Biden withdraw from the race so that someone else may challenge Trump.

Just 22% of poll respondents claimed that Biden prevailed in the discussion, compared to 52% who claimed that Trump had won. Twenty-six percent of respondents said they were not sure who would win or were unsure.

Just 41% of respondents indicated they would choose Biden, while 47% of respondents said they would back Trump in the presidential contest.

While Biden does poorly on every subject, his strongest policy opinions are those pertaining to abortion, racial equality, and job creation. When asked which concerns were the most important to the nation, respondents ranked inflation first, then immigration, and the economy.

Republicans’ approval rating has decreased to 44%, while Democrats’ has plummeted to 41%, indicating the unpopularity of both parties.

The immigration dilemma is also hurting Democrats, as a sizable majority of respondents—79%—indicated that crimes committed by illegal aliens are a serious issue, and 64% stated that Democrats are maintaining open borders.

In a follow-up survey regarding the debate, the proportion of participants stating that Biden’s mental and cognitive impairments prevent him from being president increased from 65% to 72%.

While the majority agree that Biden’s disconcerting performance in the debates has hurt his chances of continuing in the run for president, some on the left have attempted to hold CNN and its moderators accountable for their failure to promptly fact-check Trump.

Political strategist Mike Murphy, who opposes Trump, declared, “I’m going to go home tonight, kissing my kid and wife goodnight, take a stiff drink, and have a quiet cry.”

More than 2,000 registered voters responded online to the Harvard Harris poll.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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