Trump Builds Swing State Lead

Former President Donald Trump has moved ahead of President Joe Biden in the important swing state of Wisconsin, according to a new poll. The positive news came as the former president has moved ahead of Biden in a number of national and statewide polls.

The Marquette Law School poll saw Trump with 51% support among Wisconsin voters. Biden was behind with 49%.

This follows Marquette’s last poll in January where both candidates were tied with 49% of the vote.

A Wall Street Journal poll from earlier this month found Trump ahead in six of seven critical swing states. He was tied with Biden in Wisconsin, with each candidate receiving 46% of the vote. In Arizona, Trump was ahead by 5%.

In Georgia the former president led by 1%. In Michigan, he was leading by 3%. In North Carolina Trump led by 6%. The former president was also leading in Nevada by 4%.

Biden was behind by 3% in Pennsylvania.

The president won six of the seven states in the poll in 2020. Trump won six of the seven states in 2016 over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Trump has shown particular strength in a number of swing states likely to decide the Electoral College. This included in several states that Biden won in 2020.

The former president has even built a lead in Nevada in other polls, which he lost narrowly in both 2016 and 2020.

Trump also did well in a recent poll that asked about whether his time or Biden’s time in the White House were good or bad for the country.

The former president and Biden were tied in the Badger state in several recent polls. The shift toward a lead could signal growing momentum for Trump’s campaign.

The former president said that the current criminal case against him in New York was helping, rather than hurting, his campaign. The former president alleged that all of the criminal cases against him were politically motivated.

Furthermore, the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced that Trump received more than $1 million in donations following the first day of the trial.