Recent surveys from the pivotal battleground state of Florida spells big trouble for Joe Biden’s failing campaign, with the former Vice President’s poll numbers plunging 15% in one month and Bloomberg’s support surging.
“More than 27% selected Bloomberg as their top choice. Biden secured just under 26% support in the survey,” reports Florida Politics. “That’s within the poll’s margin of error, which is 1.8 percentage points. But it marks a drastic shift from the previous snapshot of the race taken by St. Pete Polls, when Biden performed 15 points better.”
“What changed? Well, for one, Iowa and New Hampshire voters have now had their say in the race. While the pair of states represent a tiny fraction of the Democratic electorate — and are far more white than the party’s base as a whole — Biden has nevertheless taken a hit among some voters because of his poor performances in those states. He placed fourth in Iowa and fifth in New Hampshire,” adds the website.
The Bloomberg campaign is currently spending more than $1-million per day on Facebook advertisements and has committed more than $200-million on television spots heading into Super Tuesday.
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Source: Florida Politics