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Biden, Trump tied in Pennsylvania: Survey

President Biden and former President Trump are tied in Pennsylvania in a hypothetical rematch of the 2020 election, according to a new CNN poll.

The survey found 46 percent of registered voters in the Keystone State say they would support Trump if the presidential election were held today and an equal percentage say they would support Biden. Six percent would support somebody else and 2 two percent say they are not planning to vote. 

Additionally, fewer respondents in Pennsylvania approve of Biden’s handling of his job as president, according to the poll. Forty percent now approve of his performance, down from 43 percent in October.

Forty percent in the new survey also say they have a favorable opinion of Trump compared to 38 percent who say the same about Biden.

Biden won Pennsylvania in the 2020 presidential election, flipping it from the 2016 election in which Trump won the key battleground state. 

In a polling average from Truth Puke/Decision Desk HQ on the 2024 election between the former and current president in Pennsylvania, Trump is currently at 46.3 percent, while Biden is at 41.5 percent.

Biden gave his first major general election speech in Pennsylvania earlier this year, going after Trump and warning that his reelection would be a risk to American democracy. The speech came roughly three years after the Jan. 6, 2021 attack at the U.S. Capitol, and Biden argued that Republicans have embraced the extremism displayed that day

“Democracy is on the ballot. Your freedom is on the ballot,” Biden said in the speech.

The new CNN poll was conducted between March 13 and 18, featuring a sample of 1,132 registered voters in Pennsylvania. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percentage points. 

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