The former president just got some more good news as he continues battling a host of GOP candidates — and Joe Biden’s Justice Department.

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The Daily Mail reported that Echelon Insights, yet another polling firm, released the findings of a voter survey.

According to the survey, 48 percent of voters in swing states expressed support for Trump’s third presidential campaign, while only 41 percent of voters in those states backed Biden.

The survey also indicated that 3 percent of voters favored Cornel West, a third-party left-wing candidate.

In a head-to-head matchup between Trump and Biden conducted by the polling firm, Biden held a narrow lead of just one point. The poll, which involved 1,020 likely voters surveyed between June 26 and 29, carried a margin of error of 3.9 percent. As a result, the straight head-to-head race between the two candidates is considered a pure toss-up.

Patrick Basham, a pollster from the Democracy Institute, has been highlighting several concerning indicators for Biden on Twitter. In reference to a survey cited by Breitbart News, Basham pointed out that “7 in 10 Voters Say U.S. in State of ‘Cultural and Economic Decline,'” stating that it is not a favorable scenario for Biden’s reelection prospects.

He wrote in July 2022, “Trump leads Biden by a larger margin than Republicans lead Democrats now on the Generic Ballot. Blaming SCOTUS overturning Roe is nice and convenient for these screwups, but it’s not the reason.”

Baris told Platform Mag in January 2022: “No Republican [like Trump] has led consistently like this since maybe Richard Nixon in his reelection bid. It is really worth pointing that out…We have polled Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, and Elizabeth Warren- nobody can touch him. He is way ahead.”

He added then: “Right now, Donald Trump is the strongest candidate. I know some people don’t want to hear that, but it is the truth. When we look at our polling, we have to go back to many years in history to find a Republican candidate who led their Democratic opponent as much as Donald Trump is leading Joe Biden by such a large amount nationally and so consistently in our polling. Or in any polling! Harvard-Harris just had Trump up by six over Biden.”

Continuing, he said “[t]hat just doesn’t happen. Republicans don’t win popular vote margins by six points. It is not the 1980 or ’84 electorate anymore. George W. Bush was lucky to barely win the popular vote in 2004 and he didn’t win it in 2000…

“If Trump wins in a popular vote, then a year ago I would have told you that was impossible. I really never did believe it…The fact that Trump has got these four-, six-, and eight-point leads is honestly stunning,” he said.

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