Despite the Democrats taking over the state in 2020, Donald Trump is currently voting ten points ahead of Joe Biden in Nevada.
According to a survey conducted by Blueprint Polling, Biden “currently has more than doubled in Nevada, a state he easily won in 2020. Covid Hangover, inflation in general, fuel prices and confusion over Ukraine seem to be taking their toll.”
“As we have seen in other states, a large group of voters (about one in four) are either uncertain or in favor of an unnamed third party candidate – a clear sign of dissatisfaction with the possible options in the 2024 race,” the polling firm continued.
Pollsters also see Trump ahead by a whopping 19 percent with Hispanic voters, a population that Democrats typically expect to win.
According to official counts, Biden won 50.1 percent of the vote in Nevada in 2020, with Trump receiving 47.7 percent of the vote.
Newsweek reports, “The current real clear politics of the national election shows an average of 3.7 points ahead of Trump Biden. On average, Trump defeated Biden with 45.6 percent of the vote, compared to Biden’s 41.9 percent.
Trump has not yet officially announced his candidacy, but he is urging that he may win “for the third time.”
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