A couple of weeks ago, a bit of a shock poll came out regarding the general election.
A WaPo poll had Trump 10 points up on Biden, and it appeared to be an outlier.
In fact, every poll released right after that had them back to about even again.
This seems to be changing now.
That WaPo poll may have just been the beginning of a new trend for Trump.
I don’t want you guys to get too excited about this, but the new Rasmussen Reports survey is closer to the WaPo poll.
The poll found that 30 percent of Democrats are now leaning toward Trump in the upcoming election.
Donald Trump also had more than 50 percent of minority groups.
The poll stated, “Majorities of every racial category — 53% of whites, 50% of black voters and 52% of other minorities — say they’re at least somewhat likely to vote for Trump in 2024.
“Twenty-five percent of black Trump voters say they would be more likely to vote for him if he picked a black running mate.”
These numbers are huge, as candidates just don’t lose 30 percent of the party base in an election.
When you add in the minority vote, this is a poll that should be very concerning for Dems.
Source: Rasmussen Reports