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'BOMB'SHELL POLL: Trump Trusted in Nuclear Crisis More Than Biden

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.01.24

According to a recent poll conducted by J.L. Partners and reported by The Daily Mail, voters trust former President and 2024 GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump more than President Joe Biden in a hypothetical nuclear crisis situation.

From The Daily Mail:

To test confidence in each of the two candidates, J.L. Partners polled 1005 likely voters on how they thought Biden and Trump would handle everything from national security crises to simply remembering aides’ names.

The results do not make for encouraging reading for either candidate but are particularly grim for the man already in the job.

While some 56 percent of respondents said they had confidence in Trump to make ‘decisions and be fully alert during a nuclear emergency,’ only 45 percent said the same thing of Biden.

Almost two-thirds said they trusted Trump to make it through a one-hour meeting with Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, but only 43 percent thought Biden could manage it.

Trump, said respondents, was much more likely to remember the names of key staff, beating Biden by 15 points.

James Johnson, co-founder of J.L. Partners which ran the poll says, even though they are only three years apart, Trump presents a strength that Biden doesn’t

“Though Trump is only three years Biden’s junior, they think he is up to the job and will be able to manage the pressures of the office,” he said.

“A lot of this is due to Trump’s presentation, frenetic activity, and regular stump speeches. He is also resting on his political reputation for strength: voters say strength is Trump’s biggest asset, and that he is more physically strong and able to get things done than Biden. “

“That is all coming together and crystallizing in voters’ minds as a relative positive about Trump.”

More over at The Daily Mail:

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