Latest Polling Numbers Could Make Or Break Trump’s Chances In THIS Must-Win State.
Trump’s Dominance in Iowa Poll
- Former President Donald Trump has a significant lead with 49% of the primary vote in the Emerson Iowa poll, far ahead of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at 14%.
- Both Trump and DeSantis experienced a dip in support since May, falling by 13 and 6 percentage points respectively.
- South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy gained traction, each rising by 5 percentage points from May to September.
Voter Dynamics and Education
- Trump’s primary support comes from voters without a college degree. However, his backing decreases to 28% among college graduates and further to 27% for those with postgraduate degrees.
- DeSantis gets 24% support from college graduates, which reduces to 16% from postgraduates. In contrast, Haley captures 20% of the postgraduate vote.
Democratic Candidates and Biden’s Performance
- Support for Democratic candidates President Joe Biden, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and author Marianne Williamson decreased. Biden’s support notably plunged by 19 percentage points since May.
- The “undecided” category witnessed a significant rise of 24% from May to September.
- 54% of the polled participants disapprove of Biden’s presidential performance, with 37% identifying the economy as the nation’s top concern.
Additional Note: The poll had 896 participants and a margin of error of ±3.2 percentage points.