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A new Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey showed just 40 percent of likely U.S. voters would vote to re-elect President Joe Biden if the election were held today.

Forty-six percent said they would vote for President Donald J. Trump. Ten percent said they would choose another candidate.

Trump would receive 81 percent from Republican voters while Biden would get 75 percent from Democrats. Trump enjoys a 45-29 advantage among unaffiliated voters.

Trump would win white voters 51-36 against Biden. Biden would win black voters 61-26, but Hispanic voters would provide an almost even split. Biden has just a 41-38 edge among Hispanic voters.

Among other minority voters, Trump wins 47-28.

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In a rematch, women voters would split evenly between Biden and Trump while men would break for Trump 50-36.

Trump’s biggest supporters? Married voters with children at home.

Biden’s biggest supporters? Unmarried and childless likely voters.

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