(POLL) Trump up 7 points over Biden in Arizona

In a swing state that Joe Biden won four years ago, former President Donald Trump leads by seven points in Arizona, while the most likely Senate matchup is neck-and-neck.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

If the election were held today, 47% of likely Arizona voters say they would vote for Trump, while 40% say they would vote for Biden.

Nine percent (9%) say they would vote for some other candidate and three percent (3%) say they are undecided.

A five-way matchup – adding independents Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornell West along with Green Party candidate Jill Stein – would be closer in Arizona, with Trump at 41% and Biden at 37%, followed by Kennedy (10%), West (2%) and Stein (1%), with seven percent (7%) undecided.

Meanwhile, in the contest to fill the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, likely GOP nominee Kari Lake trails Democrat Rep. Ruben Gallego by a slender margin.

In a head-to-head matchup, Gallego would get 44% of the vote to 41% for Lake, with five percent (5%) saying they’d vote for some other candidate and 10% undecided.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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  1. I will never be convinced Biden won GA or PA in a legitimate election. AZ, NV, WI and MI are also suspect but less so than those 2.
    In PA we had a State Constitution violation, then there was the ballots printer in NY trucked to PA but refused by election official that went missing.
    In GA we had video of election workers pulling tubs of ballots out from under a cloth covered table, then proceeding to count ballots with neither GOP or democrat observers against state regulations. That they used a broken toilet to claim ‘done counting’ for the day only to start counting again when the observers were gone shoud invalidate the entire county. Then we has vans pulling up in the middle of the night with loads of mishandled ballots.

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