Biden has impressive SIX POINT lead over Trump in new Quinnipiac poll, with female voters and independents helping drive up support for 81 year-old Democrat president

President Joe Biden saw a rare poll turn in his favor on Wednesday, with a Quinnipiac survey giving him a six-point lead over his predecessor Donald Trump.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll last week, with Trump, showed a complete reversal of those numbers achieved a 6-point lead over Bidenas the 2024 election moved toward a potential rematch after both men won primaries in New Hampshire.

Wednesday’s poll news was also negative for the president in swing states, as Trump, 77, leads Biden, 81, in seven key races, according to Bloomberg and Morning Consult.

However, the Quinnipiac poll shows Biden leading Trump by a 50-44 margin, a three-point lead for the president, who led Trump by a 47-46 margin when Quinnipiac polled the polled voters on December 20.

Biden’s strengths were his connections with women — where he led 58-36 — and independents, who chose the president by a 52-40 margin.

This is another poll that shows Trump beating Biden (47-45) among Hispanic voters, although Trump beats Biden by just three points among white voters (49-46).

The president’s campaign is rumored to be rooting for a Trump victory and the poll gives them ample evidence, as the same survey shows former UN ambassador Nikki Haley leading Biden 47 percent to 42.

Haley would win independents by a whopping 16 points — 53 to 37 percent — and would only lose women by a 48-43 margin to the 22-point gap Biden has over Trump with female voters.

Biden drops six points to 36 percent if Haley (at 51 percent) is the nominee, while Trump would beat Biden among men by a 53-42 margin.

Things would get more complicated with several independents in the race, both working in Biden’s favor.

If Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Jill Stein and Cornel West are all included in the race, Biden will be looking for a popular vote victory over any of the Republican candidates.

Biden beats Trump 39-37 in a five-horse race, with Kennedy getting 14 percent, West with three percent and Stein at two.

If Kennedy, West and Stein are in a Biden-Haley hypothetical, it turns the popular vote strongly in the president’s favor.

President Joe Biden saw a rare poll turn in his favor on Wednesday, with a Quinnipiac survey giving him a six-point lead over his predecessor Donald Trump.

President Joe Biden saw a rare poll turn in his favor on Wednesday, with a Quinnipiac survey giving him a six-point lead over his predecessor Donald Trump.

The Quinnipiac poll shows Biden leading Trump by a 50-44 head-to-head margin, a three-point gain for the president, who led Trump by a 47-46 margin when Quinnipiac polled voters on December 20 questioned.

The Quinnipiac poll shows Biden leading Trump by a 50-44 head-to-head margin, a three-point gain for the president, who led Trump by a 47-46 margin when Quinnipiac polled voters on December 20 questioned.

Quinnipiac found Biden with 36 percent to Haley’s 29, with Kennedy rising to 21 percent of the vote, which would beat the 18.9 percent Ross Perot received in 1992.

In fact, Kennedy (28 percent) would beat Biden (27 percent) among independents, with Haley topping both men by 30 percent.

The survey shows both Biden and Trump underwater in terms of popularity, with only 40 percent saying their opinion of the president is favorable to 55 percent unfavorable, while Trump is viewed favorably by only 37 percent of voters.

The primaries still look like a clear victory for former President Trump, who leads among Republicans 78-18 and “Republican-leaning voters” 67-25.

Despite the poll numbers, Republican voters strongly believe Trump has a better chance of beating Biden than Haley by an 81-15 margin.

The president's campaign is rumored to be rooting for a Trump victory and the poll gives them ample evidence, as the same survey shows former UN ambassador Nikki Haley (pictured) leading Biden 47 percent to 42

The president’s campaign is rumored to be rooting for a Trump victory and the poll gives them ample evidence, as the same survey shows former UN ambassador Nikki Haley (pictured) leading Biden 47 percent to 42

Things would get more complicated with several independents like Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  in the race, both of which work in Biden's favor

Things would get more complicated with several independents like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in the race, both of which work in Biden’s favor

Voters surveyed cited “preserving Democracy” (28 percent) as their most important issue, followed by immigration and the economy, both at 20 percent.

It comes after Biden hammered Trump on abortion rights during a speech in Virginia last week, and Trump continued to blast Biden as a “scumbag” even as he spent much of his New Hampshire victory speech bashing the Republican challenger Nikki Haley to rip.

Biden is making new moves with his campaign, sending trusted White House advisers Jennifer O’Malley Dillon and Mike Donilon to Wilmington to help steer his re-election effort.

The two candidates themselves appear poised for a rematch after Trump’s back-to-back wins in Iowa and New Hampshire, with the White House seeing Trump as a beatable challenger and Trump fuming that Haley didn’t immediately drop out of the Republican race.