CNN’s senior data reporter Harry Enten said Friday that Robert F. Kennedy Jr., could be the one candidate that disrupts former President Donald Trump’s lead over President Joe Biden.
A New York Times/Siena College poll found former President Donald Trump leading Biden in five out of six crucial swing states by substantial margins. Trump polls ahead of Biden in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan by at least three points – if not 10 – in some cases. Biden leads by a slight margin in Wisconsin, though it falls within the margin of error.
“Look at these loads of likely voters choosing RFK in key swing states, 24% in Arizona, 23% in Georgia, 25% in Michigan, 19% for Nevada, 21% in Pennsylvania, 21% in Wisconsin. High teens, low-to-mid 20’s across the board and that is historic because independents who polled over 20% within a year of the election, we got RFK Jr., there hasn’t been anybody polling this high this late since Ross Perot in ’92, John Anderson in ’80, George Wallace in ’68 and of course all those folks ended up with at least high single digits if not all the way up to near 20% in the case of Ross Perot.”
“What impact could RFK have on the Biden/Trump matchup if that happens?”
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