Biden Losing Support from Black, Hispanic, and Young Voters According to Latest Poll

This November, new polls on the presidential election show concerning trends for Joe Biden. The Democratic base is showing alarming weakness for Biden, with Donald Trump currently leading among Hispanic voters and young people, groups that were key parts of Biden’s coalition in 2020. According to a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll, Biden is narrowly trailing Trump, with 39% of respondents supporting Trump, 37% supporting Biden, and 17% supporting a third-party candidate. Biden’s support among Black voters has declined to 63% from the 87% he carried in 2020, and he trails among Hispanic voters by 5 percentage points. A concerning trend is that Trump now leads among voters under 35, a group that overwhelmingly backed Biden in 2020. With a little under a year to go until the election, it remains to be seen if Biden can turn these numbers around or if Trump will secure a second presidential term.

The article also includes a link to a poll conducted by USA Today and Suffolk University.