New York Times Poll: No Chance Majority Would Vote for Joe Biden 

New York Times Poll: No Chance Majority Would Vote for Joe Biden 


A majority of swing state voters said there is “not really any chance” they would cast a vote for President Joe Biden, a New York Times/Siena/Philadelphia Inquirer poll recently found, underscoring Biden’s tough road to reelection.

The poll asked respondents, “Would you say there’s some chance you will support Joe Biden or not really any chance?”

52 percent said not really any chance Four percent said some chance Two percent did not know

Among the 52 percent who said there was no chance they would vote for Biden, nine percent voted for Biden in 2020, and seven percent considered themselves Democrats.

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The findings suggest Biden lost a significant portion of his support in 2020. That data bears itself out in swing state polling, where former

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