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Trump Beats Biden by Whopping Number in Post-Arrest Poll

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Former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden in a head-to-head matchup, according to a new poll conducted in the days following his arraignment on charges of mishandling classified information.

The Harvard CAPS-Harris survey was conducted from Wednesday to Thursday. Tuesday, Trump was arraigned.

The poll gave Trump 45 percent support compared to Biden’s 39 percent. 15% of respondents were uncertain or did not know for whom they would vote.

The survey revealed that 86 percent of Republicans support Trump, along with 11 percent of Democrats and 38 percent of independents.

77 percent of Democrats, 5 percent of Republicans, and 34 percent of independents supported Biden.

In a hypothetical matchup between Ron DeSantis, the Republican governor of Florida, and Joe Biden, DeSantis received 41 percent of the vote to Biden’s 40 percent.

DeSantis received the support of 77% of Republicans, 10% of Democrats, and 36% of independents. Biden received the support of 78% of Democrats, 7% of Republicans, and 32% of independents.

In a poll conducted in May, Trump led Biden 47 percent to 40 percent, while DeSantis and Biden were deadlocked at 42 percent each.

Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll, told The Hill that Trump’s indictment had no effect on his lead over Joe Biden, whose job approval rating remained at 43 percent.

The Harvard-Harris poll also revealed that 59 percent of Republicans favor Donald Trump. In a matchup against DeSantis, Trump has a 33 percent advantage.

In addition, 62 percent of those surveyed believed Biden should not seek a second term.

In addition, 83 percent of those surveyed desire the release of the FBI document containing allegations linking Biden to a bribery scandal. In a rare display of unity among political affiliations, the majority of all groups supported making the document public: 74% of Democrats, 82% of independents, and 92% of Republicans.

The Harvard-Harris survey was conducted between June 14 and June 15 with 2,090 respondents. The survey does not provide an error margin.

The Hill reports that on Tuesday, Trump stated that his indictment was purely political.

β€œThis is called election interference in yet another attempt to rig and steal a presidential election,” Trump said then. β€œIt’s a political persecution like something straight out of a fascist or communist nation.”

β€œThis day will go down in infamy, and Joe Biden will forever be remembered as the most corrupt president in the history of our country.”

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