Former United States President Donald Trump leads the current president, Joe Biden, in voting intention in five states critical to achieving the Presidency, according to a survey carried out by the newspaper ‘The New York Times’ and the American university Siena College.
Thus, Trump is winning the presidential race in the states of Nevada (eleven percent difference), Georgia (six percent), Arizona (five percent), Michigan (five percent) and Pennsylvania (four percent), while that Biden maintains his lead in Wisconsin (two percent).
It should be noted that Biden won these six states in the last 2020 elections, which Trump considered “fraudulent” and which led to the assault of the Capitol by a mob of protesters.
During recent months, the American tycoon has complained that the different cases opened against him are a consequence of his advantage over the current president in the polls.
Trump has several judicial fronts open, such as those related to the 2020 elections; He faces a federal case for trying to overturn the results of the elections and another state case for trying to interfere in them.
The former president was charged for the first time in March as part of the investigation against him for the alleged payment of a bribe to porn film actress Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels, and also faces 40 charges in the case of classified documents.
Another case is the fraud investigation that the state of New York is developing into its businesses. According to the New York Prosecutor’s Office, he inflated his personal net worth to financial institutions by $3.6 billion (about €3.3 billion).