Since Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. announced that his presidential candidacy would move to the Independent line and away from the Democratic primary, it has been an exercise to predict which states his candidacy might detract from either President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump.
According to a series of concurrently conducted independent targeted state polls, former President Donald Trump today would lead in enough places to provide him with 291 electoral votes, or 21 more than required to unseat President Joe Biden.
While Wednesday night’s Republican presidential debate featured a livelier discussion than many expected, a new national poll continues to find that President Joe Biden leads his Republican opposition despite a majority believing he is unfit for the job.
A just released New Hampshire poll reveals three surprises. The first involves former President Donald Trump, the second, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and the third, and most unexpectedly, ex-New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. continues to mount a challenge to President Joe Biden, and three new Democratic primary polls were recently released, two national and one in California, providing new benchmarks.