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Donald Trump Leads Against Biden in Swing States as Democrat President’ Popularity Plunges| Oneindia

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Donald Trump Leads Against Biden in Swing States as Democrat President’ Popularity Plunges| Oneindia

Donald Trump Leads Against Biden in Swing States as Democrat President’ Popularity Plunges| Oneindia

A recent poll suggests that Donald Trump holds a lead over Joe Biden in six of the seven swing states, with margins ranging from 2 to 8 percentage points.

Negative perceptions of Biden's performance outweigh positive ones in several states, while Trump is seen as a better fit for the presidential role, particularly regarding mental and physical health.

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