If the United States were to vote in the presidential election today, Donald Trump would defeat the current tenant of the White House, Joe Biden. This is what emerged from the Harvard-Harris poll, according to which the billionaire has a five percentage point lead over the president. Not only. According to the poll, among the Republican candidates, there is the rise of the extremist financier Vivek Ramaswamy, who is close to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
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Moreover, Trump will also defeat US Vice President Kamala Harris, if he were to run in the event of Biden’s withdrawal or health problems. The billionaire leads with 45% of the vote, to Biden’s 40, even if 70% of respondents would prefer to see another candidate in the White House. Among Republican voters, Trump leads the party’s primary with 52% of the vote, which is forty points more than DeSantis, whose campaign based on the model of a former president copycat doesn’t seem to be working. Just two points behind, by ten percent, Ramaswamy. Numbers that worry the United States.
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