Trump up in two post-con­vic­tion polls

Trump up in two post-conviction polls

Two 2024 vot­er track­ing polls tak­en after for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump was con­vict­ed of 34 counts last week showed that the Repub­li­can has main­tained an edge over Pres­i­dent Joe Biden, demon­strat­ing it is going to take more than a court case to shake up the elec­tion.
First out on Tues­day was a Morn­ing Con­sult sur­vey show­ing Biden drop­ping 2 points to 43% and Trump steady at 44%.
“Biden post­ed his best sup­port among Demo­c­ra­t­ic vot­ers (88%) since April, but he con­tin­ues to under­per­form Trump among their respec­tive sup­port­ers from 2020 (84% to 90%),” the poll analy­sis said.

New Morn­ing Con­sult poll w/expanded post-con­vic­tion sur­vey dates moves from Biden +1 to Trump +1.FYI, Trump’s num­ber nev­er moved. Stays at 44. Biden went from 45 to 43. The N on this poll is 10,404 reg­is­tered vot­ers, so it’s a pret­ty robust sample.https://t.co/QjDgaG8QDg
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