Trump Can Win Election Without WI, PA, or AZ

Trump can beat Biden in the 2024 presidential election without securing Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Arizona, according to a CNN electoral map.

The CNN map showed that Trump would get 272 electoral votes, while Biden would win 225.

Not even CNN — a far-left news outlet — can deny the fact that Biden is nowhere near having enough support to win another four years in the White House, as reported by Townhall.

A Fox News poll found that in Pennsylvania Trump leads Biden by two percentage points, 49% to 47% respectively. In Arizona, Trump has 49% over Biden’s 45%, giving the Republican a four-point edge.

In 2020, Biden won Pennsylvania and Arizona. Trump won them both in 2016. Biden hasn’t had a lead in Arizona since 2023, more than 11 polls ago.

The bad news for Biden doesn’t end there. A Quinnipiac University Michigan poll has Trump with 41% support among registered voters. Biden came in with only 36% of those polled supporting him.

If a head-to-head matchup happened at the time of the Michigan poll, 48% of voters would support Trump to Biden’s 45% support. Eight percent would still be undecided.

Forty-six percent of Independent voters said they would back Trump, even with an Independent candidate in the race. Forty-two percent of Independents polled said they would vote for Biden.

At the national level, Trump is ahead of Biden by a slim 1.4% points, reported Townhall.

CNN can’t ignore these recent polls. Surveys from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times/Siena College, CBS News/YouGov and Fox News all gave Trump a higher percentage of the vote by margins from 2 to 4 points.

Those results were in the margin of error, but even CNN can see the writing on the wall — added together they equal trouble for Biden.

Biden is in worse shape than almost any incumbent in the past 75 years, the 2020 election being an exception, CNN admitted. A lead for Trump of any margin was unheard of during the 2020 campaign. In 2020, CNN couldn’t cite a single poll showing Trump leading Biden nationally.

The ball appears to be in Trump’s court, though it is still early in the game. A lot can happen between now and November. But there is hope. It will be up to Trump supporters to keep it alive.