Trump Gains Unexpected Support, Biden Stunned

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – A new survey conducted by Suffolk University and USA Today has found that President Joe Biden is losing to former President Donald Trump among two key demographics.

The survey found that young voters and Hispanics had been instrumental in Biden winning the 2020 presidential election. However, in the survey, Biden received only 34 percent of support from Hispanic voters while Trump received 39 percent. In comparison, in the previous presidential election, Biden had earned 65 percent support from that Demographic.

While Biden continues to lead among Black Voters, his levels of support have dropped from 87 percent in 2020 to 63 percent ahead of the 2024 election.

Another demographic that Trump has started to receive more support in is young voters, where he is leading by 37 percent when compared to the 33 percent that supports Biden. That same demographic of young voters under 35 used to be one that Biden had won by 24 points in 2020. Young progressives are disappointed that Biden has not been placing more attention on voting rights and climate change.

Despite Biden’s attempts the Supreme Court has also blocked his efforts to forgive student loan debt, and with repayments having started back up there are many younger Americans who are disappointed. Younger Americans are also not in favor of Biden’s support for Israel in the Israel-Gaza war as they tend to be more sympathetic to the Palestinian people’s suffering.

However, while Biden might have lost support among all those demographics according to USA Today the support has been going to third-party candidates rather than Trump.

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