Jill Biden Downplays Husband’s Poor Polling

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(FeaturedNews.com) – On Wednesday, during an appearance on ABC’s “The View,” First Lady Jill Biden expressed her confidence that polling would turn in favor of her husband before November’s election.

The First Lady suggested that given her and President Joe Biden’s packed traveling schedules to facilitate campaigning “polls are going to turn.”  

In head-to-head polling with former President Donald Trump, Biden has been flailing.  

However, the First Lady suggested that voters would begin to turn in favor of Biden as the election approaches and more Americans show interest in the election.  

She shared her opinion that “as time goes on” and voters start to “focus… more about what’s at stake” and educate themselves on the issues and the differences between Biden and Trump, more Americans would “choose good over evil,” suggesting her husband was the better option between the two.

The First Lady also shared that she was looking for the first Biden-Trump debate scheduled for June 27, claiming the President would perform better than Trump.  

She highlighted that at the debates, voters would see the “experience” Biden has and “how smart he is” and then would compare that to Trump, who “can’t put a sentence together,” — a reference to comments Joy Behar, co-host of The View, had made earlier.

However, Biden has consistently trailed Trump in polling, especially in crucial battleground states. 

A recent Bloomberg/Morning Consult poll had Trump ahead of Biden by four points in Nevada, Michigan, Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania — crucial battleground states that could determine November’s outcome.

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