Trump reveals allegedly “duplicated” election ballots

by Jessica

Former President Trump recently took to his Truth Social account and posted the following:

“Fulton County, Georgia, acknowledges, in a major Consent Decree, that 3,600 individual ballots were DUPLICATED (36 Batches). THAT’S A LOT OF CRIME. When are the rest of the facts coming out? We are all waiting. This is just the beginning. UNBELIEVABLE!”

In a recent poll, Donald Trump has expanded his lead over President Biden by 4 points in a hypothetical 2024 presidential matchup, as per The Emerson College Polling survey released on Wednesday.

The results indicate Trump maintains 47 percent support, while Biden’s support has dipped from 45 to 43 percent, with approximately 10 percent of voters remaining undecided.

The survey also explored the impact of adding a third-party candidate, such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Cornel West, or Jill Stein, to the hypothetical scenario. In this case, support for both Trump and Biden decreased, and the number of undecided voters increased.

Biden, who led Trump by 4 points at the same time last year, has experienced a notable decline in support, particularly among female voters. Emerson College Executive Director Spencer Kimball noted the shift, stating, “Last November, Biden led Trump by 4 points, whereas this November, he trails Trump by 4.

Several key groups have shifted in the past year: Biden led at this time last year among women by 7 points, which has reduced to a point this year.”

The survey also revealed a loss of support for Biden among voters of color. Among Black voters, Biden lost 15 points, and among Hispanic or Latino voters, he lost 11 points.

Additionally, the president saw a decline of 13 points among voters under 50 and a 16-point drop among four-year college graduates.

Overall, excitement about the 2024 presidential election is reported by the majority of voters, with only 36 percent expressing no excitement.

Excitement levels vary based on the candidate, with 46 percent of Trump voters stating they are very excited compared to 29 percent of Biden voters.

In a hypothetical matchup against GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley, Biden and the former South Carolina governor are tied with 38 percent support each, leaving a quarter of voters undecided.

Conducted from Nov. 17-20 among 1,475 registered voters, the survey has a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.

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