Battleground Poll: Trump Leads Biden by Four Points in Arizona

Former President Donald Trump is leading Joe Biden by four points in Arizona, according to a poll released this week by the League of American Workers (LAW).

Trump is up on Biden 46 to 42 percent in a two-way race, and is ahead of Biden 37 to 33 percent in a hypothetical four-way race in which Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (18%), and Cornell West (2%) are on the ballot.

The bad news doesn’t stop there for Biden.

59 percent of Arizona voters disapprove of the job Biden is doing on the economy, and 53 percent of voters say they “were better off financially” when Trump was president.

“Our brand new battleground polling proves that Arizona workers suffer under Bidenomics,” LAW President Steve Cortes told Grand Canyon Times. “They struggle to afford the necessities of life, and they blame Biden for this difficulty.”

U.S. Congressional candidate Blake Masters (R-AZ-8), who received Trump’s endorsement during his 2022 campaign for U.S. Senate, told NW Valley Times that the poll results show “voters remember how good we had it under Trump.”

“This November, Arizona is going to reject Joe Biden’s efforts to turn America into a third-world country, and we’re going to elect Donald Trump,” Masters said. “And it will be glorious.”

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Photo: ROME, GEORGIA - MARCH 09: Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the stage a the conclusion of a campaign rally at the Forum River Center March 09, 2024 in Rome, Georgia. Both Trump and President Joe Biden are holding campaign events on Saturday in Georgia, a critical battleground state, two days before the its primary elections. A city of about 38,000, Rome is in the heart of conservative northwest Georgia and the center of the Congressional district represented by Rep. Majorie Taylor Green (R-GA). (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)