New Poll Shows More Americans Favor Trump Over Biden

Well, this new poll will probably send Joe’s Handlers and the Dems into a panic.


It’s like their entire phony facade is just crumbling at every new turn.

How can you be the most popular candidate in history, but less popular than the guy you supposedly beat? That’s the riddle Biden’s Handlers are likely trying to sort out…

Breitbart reported that former President Donald Trump is more popular with U.S. voters than Joe Biden, according to a Rasmussen poll released on Friday.

Fifty-one percent of voters have at least a somewhat favorable opinion of Biden compared to 52 percent who have a somewhat favorable opinion of Trump. More people have an unfavorable view of Biden (48 percent) than Trump (46 percent).

But the poll actually found that Obama received the highest ratings of all.

This actually isn’t shocking – former presidents who’ve been out of office for a while usually poll well in these situations.


The American people are usually quite forgiving. They may not have liked Barry’s policies and are happy he’s gone (he’s not really “gone” by the way) but they think Obama is a “nice and cordial” man.

But the Trump polling is very interesting – he was just removed from office 6 or so months ago – and we’re told that Joe Biden won 82 million votes and he’s the most popular politician in the history of the universe – so something seems off here right?


We all know the truth – and this number here is likely much, much higher for Trump and much lower for Biden.

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