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Ballot boxes follow each other, but they are not the same.

Ballot boxes follow each other, but they are not the same.

Two weeks ago, Democrats breathed a sigh of relief when they learned of the famous poll The New York Times/Siena College, which confirmed the upward trend in voting intentions for Joe Biden, who found himself not associated in one way or another with Donald Trump. However, on Sunday morning, A.J Public opinion poll CNN/SSRS, which was generally well received, takes Democrats back to the state of anxiety they were in before the State of the Union address.

According to the measure, Trump's support has not changed since January. The former president received 49% of voting intentions, compared to 43% for the president, who lost two percentage points. The undecided represent 8% of the respondents.

What is striking is the way voters view each candidate's presidency. As many as 55% of voters now believe the Trump presidency has been a success, while 61% of voters believe the Biden presidency has been a failure so far.

In general, voters' opinion of former presidents improves, but here we are talking about a former president who is now a candidate after suffering defeat and trying to overturn the election results. Many voters appear to be nostalgic for a time when inflation wasn't an issue and mortgage rates were low.

This undoubtedly contributes to the fact that 70% of voters believe that the country's economic conditions are poor.

The usual reminder: Any poll published six months before an election is not predictive.

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