Biden’s Base Appears To Be Crumbling

( – According to an I&I/TIPP Poll survey published on May 6, US President Joe Biden is currently experiencing a 28 percent support decline among black voters in the country. Political analysts believe such a number might represent a great danger for his re-election campaign, as black voters have been one of the main electoral bases for the Democratic Party over the last few years.

The poll also revealed that President Biden and former President and Republican nominee Donald Trump are currently tied in an electoral matchup. The survey added that Trump had gained three more percentage points among black voters in comparison with the 2020 presidential election, when he only received 12 percent. Meanwhile, while President Biden gained 87 percent of support in that electoral event, the poll revealed he would currently receive only 59 percent right now.

In addition to African Americans, the survey explained that President Biden has also experienced a significant support decline among Hispanic Americans, as he only has 47 percent of support right now, but received 65 percent in 2020. However, the poll said that while many political analysts expected the Hispanic voters to massively increase their support for Trump in the 2024 presidential election, the former president has also experienced a support decline. While the Republican leader received 32 percent of support in the last presidential election, the poll says he would be receiving 26 percent in the upcoming one.

The survey added that another group of voters that President Biden should be worried about are independents, as Trump is currently leading among them by five percentage points. The gap expands to 8 percentage points when including third-party candidates, such as Jill Stein, Cornel West, and Robert F Kennedy Jr.

The I&I/TIPP Poll survey was conducted from May 1 to May 3. The pollsters said their results have a 2.8 percent margin of error and explained that it was taken among 1,364 respondents.

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