Una encuesta realizada por el diario estadounidense The New York Times junto a la Universidad de Siena y que fue publicada este miércoles 24 de junio, reveló que el demócrata Joe Biden lidera la preferencia de los votantes ante la mala gestión de Trump de la pandemia de coronavirus.

A través de su cuenta en la red social Instagram, The New York Times indicó que Biden lidera las encuestas con el 50%, mientras que Trump cuenta con el 36 % del apoyo del padrón electoral.

Los datos también revelan que Biden cuenta con la mayoría del voto de la mujeres, de los votantes no blancos y de muchos que originalmente pensaban votar por Trump y decidieron cambiar su opción.

Los encuestadores explican que Trump no se ha preocupado por ampliar el apoyo más allá de los sectores ultraderechistas de EEUU que lo llevaron a la victoria en 2016. En ese sentido, paulatinamente muchos de sus votantes han demostrado su descontento con su Administración por fracasar en su «intento» de detener el coronavirus, que paralizó la economía, y su respuesta a una ola de protestas raciales.

También explican que Biden lidera con un amplio margen de apoyo por parte de sectores afrodescendientes, latinos, mujeres y jóvenes en mayor cantidad que el brindado a Hillary Clinton en 2016.

(LaIguana.TV)

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Joseph R. Biden Jr. has taken a 14-point lead over President Trump in the 2020 race, a new New York Times and Siena College poll of registered voters shows. Biden has a big lead with women and nonwhite voters and has made inroads with some traditionally Republican-leaning groups that have shifted away from Trump. Biden garnered 50 percent of the vote compared with 36 percent for Trump, according to the poll. That is among the most dismal showings of Trump’s presidency. Trump has made few efforts since his election in 2016 to broaden his support beyond the right-wing base that vaulted him into office with only 46 percent of the popular vote. But among a striking cross-section of voters, the distaste for Trump has deepened as his administration failed to stop the coronavirus, which crippled the economy, and then as he responded to a wave of racial-justice protests. Still, Trump retains a few points of strength in the poll that could offer him a way to regain a footing in the race, and the condition of his candidacy right now may well represent his low point in a campaign with 4 and a half months to go. Trump’s approval rating is still narrowly positive on the issue of the economy, with 50 percent of voters giving him favorable marks compared with 45 percent saying the opposite. Biden leads Trump by large margins with black and Hispanic voters, and women and young people appear on track to choose Biden by an even wider margin than they favored Hillary Clinton over Trump in 2016. The former vice president has also drawn even with Trump among male voters, whites and people in middle age and older — groups that have typically been the backbones of Republican electoral success, including Trump’s in 2016. Tap the link in our bio to read more about the poll.

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