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Trump leads Biden by 18 POINTS in a key state… in a sign that Joe could lead Democrats to their worst defeat in 100 years

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President Joe Biden gets just 32 percent in new Des Moines Register poll in Iowa
  • Trump leads Biden 50 to 32 in Iowa
  • Trump won 53-45 in 2020, indicating support for Biden is falling

Former President Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead over President Biden in Iowa, according to a new poll.

Trump has a 50 to 32 percent lead over Biden in the state, according to a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom survey.

And if Biden receives a meager 32 percent of the vote in Iowa in November, would be the worst democrat performance in a state since the general election of 1924, exactly a century ago.

Trump’s support in Iowa comes after a Manhattan jury found him guilty of falsifying business records in the Stormy Daniels case.

It is clear that his conviction does not scare away potential voters and, in fact, may help him.

President Joe Biden gets just 32 percent in new Des Moines Register poll in Iowa

One Iowa voter, Donald Share, 63, told the Des Moines Register that he is voting solidly for Trump because of his criminal conviction.

“Their convictions on these charges are part of the reason I am determined,” Share said.

‘The more they try to get him out of the picture, the harder they get. I, for one, believe the charges are false.

Trump won the state 53-45 in 2020, indicating that falling support for Biden is what is driving the gap.

Trump’s lead was 48-33 in February, indicating that the president’s support in Iowa has increased since he was convicted on 34 charges weeks ago.

The result comes on a day when Biden received a boost in a separate Marist/PBS/NPR poll conducted days before his debate over Trump in Atlanta. The poll tied the two candidates at 49 percent.

This election cycle already presents data that shows Trump reverse historical trends and achieve record support among black voters.

Biden is also fighting with the young voters and Hispanic voters who were a key part of his coalition, even as he takes new executive actions to eliminate student loan debt and provide new paths to citizenship for people who came here illegally.

Of Biden supporters, 81 percent in Iowa say they have already made up their minds, indicating that he is at least locking in many of his supporters.

His approval rating in Iowa is just 28 percent, with 67 percent disapproving.

One Iowa voter, Donald Share, 63, told the Des Moines Register that he is voting solidly for Trump.

One Iowa voter, Donald Share, 63, told the Des Moines Register that he is voting solidly for Trump.

Pollster Ann Selzer noted that the numbers were going in a direction that is “consistently downward” for Biden.

The last time a Democrat won Iowa in November was in 2012, when Biden was on President Barack Obama’s ticket. He also won it in 2008.

Trump won an outright majority there both times he was on the ballot.

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