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    Swing State Voters Swing to Trump Post-Debate: Is This the Turning Point?

    Former President Donald Trump appears to have gotten a substantial boost in a crucial battleground state following his resounding victory over President Joe Biden in Thursday’s debate.

    An EPIC-MRA poll, published on Saturday, two days after the debate, found 49 percent of respondents support Trump while 45 percent remained with Biden, Newsweek reported.

    “The poll found that both Trump and Biden lost ground when third-party candidates were included. Trump would then get 41 percent of the vote, Biden would get 38 percent, while independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. would get 10 percent. Green Party candidate Jill Stein and another independent candidate, Cornel West, would each get 2 percent,” the outlet added.

    “The poll surveyed 600 Michigan voters between June 21 and 26, and so does not reflect any impact from Thursday’s presidential debate between Biden and Trump, and has a margin of error of 4 percentage points,” it said.


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