Joe Biden narrows the gap as Donald Trump takes the lead in new 2024 poll

Former President Donald Trump is currently leading President Joe Biden by a narrow margin of two percentage points, according to a recent national poll conducted by NBC News. However, as the 2024 race for the White House gains momentum, Biden seems to be narrowing the gap between them.

According to the latest survey data released on Sunday, Joe Biden’s support has increased to 44%, while Donald Trump stands at 46%. These numbers reflect a shift from the previous poll in January, where Biden had 42% support and Trump had 47%.

According to a recent survey conducted through cellphone interviews from April 12-16, a sample of 1,000 registered voters revealed interesting findings. With a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points, it becomes difficult to definitively determine the current leader, especially considering the margin of error is larger than Trump’s apparent advantage. However, analyzing the change between the two NBC News polls suggests a shift in recent months.

In the latest poll conducted by the outlet, Trump held an edge among male voters, white voters, and white voters without college degrees. On the other hand, Biden enjoyed an advantage among Black voters, Latino voters, and women. The two candidates were virtually neck and neck when it came to independent voters and the younger demographic.

According to a recent poll conducted by USA TODAY/Suffolk University, Trump is currently leading Biden by a narrow margin of 40% to 38%.


According to a recent poll by NBC News, voters are increasingly concerned about inflation, the cost of living, and immigration as the 2024 presidential election approaches.

When voters were given the option to choose from multiple candidates instead of just Biden and Trump, the head-to-head results changed. In this scenario, with third-party candidates Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Cornel West, and Jill Stein included, 39% of voters chose Biden, while 37% chose Trump. It’s worth noting that this result falls within the poll’s margin of error.

A higher number of Trump voters opted for Kennedy when presented with third-party choices, in comparison to Biden voters.

Biden’s approval rating saw an increase, rising from 37% in January to 42% in April, as reported by NBC News. However, it is important to note that a majority of voters still disapprove of his performance as president.

Voters overwhelmingly favored Biden’s position on abortion over Trump’s and believed that he was more successful in unifying the country. On the other hand, Trump received praise for his handling of inflation and the cost of living, as well as his perceived competence and his ability to serve as president with the necessary mental and physical health.

According to NBC’s polling data, it appears that voters are showing less enthusiasm for this election compared to previous years. Only 64% of respondents expressed a strong interest in the election, which GOP pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinion Strategies described to NBC as “off-the-charts low.”

According to him, the level of interest in the election often serves as a gauge for voter turnout.

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