Joe Biden blasted by US pollster as youngsters back Ramaswamy: ‘Tired of being lied to!’

Joe Biden blasted by US pollster as youngsters back Ramaswamy: ‘Tired of being lied to!’

WATCH NOW: Top American pollster reveals why younger voters are going against Joe Biden

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 15/01/2024

- 19:16

Joe Biden is currently behind Donald Trump by two points in the latest polls

US President Joe Biden has been criticised by a top US pollster, ahead of the Iowa caucuses for Republican candidates.

Former rival Donald Trump is currently leading in the Iowa polls, taking 48 per cent of the vote, with top competitor Nikki Haley taking second place with 20 per cent.

In the latest polls between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the Republican is taking a slight lead by just 2 per cent, securing the support of 50 per cent of voters.

Speaking to crowds at a rally in Durham, New Hampshire, Trump said Biden is a "threat to democracy".

Frank Luntz

Frank Luntz predicted an Iowa win for Donald Trump

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Joe Biden has criticised Trump's second bid for Presidency, and said his the campaign was "obsessed with the past, not the future".

Biden added: "He's willing to sacrifice our democracy to put himself in power."

Speaking to GB News, pollster Frank Luntz discussed the latest figures from Iowa, and the chances of Donald Trump winning the next election, taking place this November.

Luntz predicted a victory for Trump in the Iowa caucuses, but warned of "surprises" for the former leader.


Luntz told host Nigel Farage: "A surprise is going to happen. I think he wins this caucus, I think he wins it going away.

"The question for me is does he get 50 per cent."

He then shared his support for rival candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, who begun his campaign trail in Iowa on Sunday night.

Luntz claimed Ramaswamy's message for voters is "very very important", particularly for the young demographic.

Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden is currently second place to Donald Trump in the polls


He told GB News viewers: "He attracts more support among the 18 to 29 year olds than any of the other candidates.

"And I think it's because of his directness, because he tells it like it is, and because they're tired of being lied to by the older candidates."

Luntz continued: "I'm hoping he goes to New Hampshire, I'm hoping he stays in because frankly, his message is very, very important."

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