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Politics: Trump Expected To Win Debate According To New Survey

POLITICS: Trump Expected To Win Debate According To New Survey

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Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off on the debate stage on Thursday.

It will be on CNN with Jake Tapper and Dana Bash as the moderators.

Politico reported:

Joe Biden and Donald Trump will take the debate stage together for the first time in four years on Thursday as they gear up for a tight presidential rematch in November.

In the days leading up to the debate, the candidates have adopted dueling prep strategies. Biden has hunkered down at Camp David, surrounding himself with top advisers as he practices and homes in on themes the campaign hopes to emphasize during the debate.

The first 2024 presidential debate will be held on Thursday, June 27 at 9 p.m. EST. It will run for 90 minutes with two commercial breaks.

The debate will air live on CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español and the streaming platform Max. Viewers who do not have a cable subscription can watch on CNN.com.

CNN is offering other networks a free simulcast of the debate with one main stipulation: The network’s on-air watermark must remain on screen. Fox News, ABC, NBC and C-SPAN have all agreed to CNN’s terms and will carry the broadcast.

A new Rasmussen survey reveals Donald Trump is favored in the debate.

The results of the survey were:

47% think Trump will win

37% think Biden will win

16% are unsure of who will win

Rasmussen reported:

With the earliest-ever presidential debate scheduled for Thursday, former President Donald Trump is favored over incumbent President Joe Biden as the debate winner by a 10-point margin.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 47% of Likely U.S. voters believe Trump is most likely to win the first debate, while 37% think Biden will win and 16% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)



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