New Report About Biden Sends Shockwaves Throughout Dem Party – EVOL

An anomaly with polling from The New York Times and Siena College should concern Democrats who are hoping to retain control of the Senate heading into the November elections.

The new poll unveiled on Monday showed that former President Donald Trump is leading President Joe Biden in five key swing states, Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. And only 33 percent of registered voters said they would vote for President Biden if the election was held now but 40 percent said they would vote for Trump.

The news is not the same when it comes to elections for the Senate, as 45 percent of voters are shown to be favoring Democrats, and 40 percent favor Republicans. That said, some election strategists who spoke to The Daily Caller said Democrats should not get too hyped about that.

“It shows you the depths of disappointment that most voters have with Biden, whether they’re Democrats or Republicans. There’s just a lot of disappointment in Biden. If I were Biden, I would be extremely alarmed by this gap that you’ve got voters out there saying, ‘Yeah, I’d like to vote for this Democratic senator, but not Joe Biden.’ That is a huge red



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