Democrats are panicking.
While President Biden’s poll numbers literally in the gutter, it appears that former President Donald Trump’s approval rating has remained very high in key battleground states.
According to the latest data from Morning Consult, a new survey from March which was just published shows 4 out of 5 Republican voters in Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania see Trump as favorable.
These are key battleground states that Trump will need to win in 2024 if he hopes to take the presidency again.
According to the pollsters, “across each of the four early primary states, the former president is more popular than other prominent GOP figures, including: Vice President Mike Pence, who’s seen positive sentiment decline across the map since January 2021; Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who is most polarizing among the GOP electorate; and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), who is still largely unknown to the rank and file.”
The pollsters further explained, “the majority (57%) say Trump should continue to play a ‘major role’ in the GOP, compared with 20% who say he should play a minor role and just 16% who say he should play no role at all.”
What is even more amazing is that Donald Trump’s popularity in those four states have remained practically the same since when he was president.
Biden, on the other hand, has taken the United States which was preparing to rebound from the pandemic and made the economy even worse.