NEWS ALERT: Trump wins over Biden in NBC poll for the first time, analyst sounds alarm

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Donald Trump for the first time has surpassed President Biden in a national general election poll from NBC News.

The former president eked out a slim lead over his successor — 46% to 44% — and strikingly eclipsed the incumbent among younger voters, the poll released Sunday found.

“In 2019, 2020, when Trump was president, he trailed [Biden in] all of [NBC’s polls],” NBC national political correspondent Steve Kornacki explained on “Meet the Press.”

Discussing the latest NBC poll, Kornacki and Meet The Press host Kristen Welker both noted that this is the first time ever in the NBC polls that Trump has soared past Biden.

“If you take a look here by party, I think it’s significant for two reasons: one, Independents, obviously, more than two to one disapprove. You don’t want to be there as an incumbent president. But I think equally significant, no surprise, 7% of Republicans approve of Joe Biden, job performance, but three times as many Democrats, 21%, that’s more than one in five, say they disapprove. You need much more unified support in your own party if you’re going to have a successful reelection campaign,” Kornacki warned.

“This is the first time in more than a dozen polls we’ve seen a result like this,” Kornacki said.

In another stunning twist, the NBC poll showed Trump leading among young voters, ages 18-34, with 46% supporter, over 42% for Biden.

In comparison, during the 2020 election, Biden held a 26-point lead over Trump among young voters.


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