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Suburbs Switch Support from Biden to Trump, Spelling Doom for Dems in 2024

Sally Kent

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Suburban voters that abandoned Donald Trump during 2020 are coming back. After over a year of President Biden’s devastating leadership and seeing gas prices skyrocket to amounts not seen since Biden was Barack Obama’s second in command voters are ready to trade Biden in. A new poll by Emerson College found Trump leads Biden by a huge 47%-38% among suburban voters.

The Washington Examiner reports:

The shift is notable and worrisome for Democrats and Biden’s reelection campaign. After the 2020 election, the liberal Brookings Institution declared that suburbs won it for Biden and predicted that they would become the party’s backbone.

“In many ways, the 2020 election could represent a breakthrough for Democrats in the sense that the suburbs — along with continued urban core support — could make them competitive both in familiar ‘blue wall’ states as well as yet-to-be-conquered Sun Belt states,” said a Brookings report.

These are the key paragraphs from the Emerson College poll:


Former President Trump has a nearly 12-point favorability advantage over Biden: 59% of voters say they are somewhat or very favorable of Trump, compared with 47% who are somewhat or very favorable of Biden. In a hypothetical 2024 election against former President Trump, Biden trails 45% to 42%.

Notable demographic differences include region and education. Trump leads Biden among both suburban voters, 47% to 38%, and rural voters, 59% to 35%, while Biden holds 54% to 30% support among urban and city voters. Regarding education, Trump leads among those without a college degree, 51% to 33%, while Biden leads among those with a college degree or more 52% to 37%.

Previously, former Attorney General William Barr said that suburban voters choosing to support Biden is what truly cost Trump the 2020 election.