Donald Trump would BEAT Joe Biden in presidential election if it were held now, in poll which also shows Vivek Ramaswamy on verge of overtaking DeSantis
- New polling suggests that if an election was held right now that Donald Trump would beat President Biden by five percent
- The new findings published in a Harvard-Harris poll suggest that Trump would also comfortably win the Republican primary
- Vivek Ramaswamy is also closing the gap on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, climbing eight percentage points into third place behind DeSantis and Trump
JOE HUTCHISON FROM DAILY MAIL
Donald Trump would beat incumbent President Biden to the White House if the race was held now, a new poll has shown.
New findings in a Harvard-Harris poll released on Friday show that Trump would beat Biden in a head-to-head matchup by five percentage points.
The new findings also show that Vivek Ramaswamy is hot on the heels of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis who has shot up eight points in the polls and is only two behind DeSantis.
Trump would also beat Vice President Kamala Harris should she step up and run in the race by an even bigger margin of seven percent, according to the polls.
The former President also remains well in front of winning the Republican presidential primary, despite the rise of Ramaswamy.