HUGE Jump in Polls!

( – Donald Trump is crushing Joe Biden in the polls four months ahead of the November election, and this development is at least partly influenced by the guilty verdict the former president received in the so-called “hush money” trial, according to a new poll.

In the wake of the verdict in the high-profile hush money trial, Donald Trump has gotten a notable five-point increase in general election polling prior to his conviction, The Daily Mail reports.

The polling, which factored in candidates such as Joe Biden and various third-party contenders, demonstrated Trump gaining a significant 10 percent lead over the incumbent president.

This shift in voter sentiment can likely be attributed to the repercussions of the Manhattan trial, where Trump faced conviction, accruing 34 felony charges related to the falsification of records concerning payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election.

According to a survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports on June 20, 46 percent of participants indicated they would support Trump, whereas 36 percent preferred Biden.

Additional candidates garnered the remaining percentage of the vote, with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. receiving 9 percent, Cornel West 2 percent, Jill Stein 1 percent, and 7 percent of respondents either supporting other candidates or remaining undecided.

Further emphasizing Trump’s post-trial boost in popularity, a subsequent Rasmussen poll placed him 10 percent ahead of Joe Biden—an increase of 5 percent from the polling conducted before his felony conviction.

The earlier poll, conducted from May 28-30, had shown Trump leading by 5 percent. Specifically, 44 percent of those surveyed at that time expressed a preference for Trump, compared to 39 percent who would vote for Biden if the election were imminent.

In that instance, Kennedy garnered 8 percent of the vote, with West and Stein each securing 1 percent.

Despite not being the largest lead Rasmussen has recorded for Trump, the jump between these two polls was substantial and is largely credited to the implications of Trump’s first criminal trial.

In the aftermath, various polls indicated an increase in both his polling figures and fundraising efforts.

A specific poll conducted after the trial’s conclusion revealed that 27 percent of voters were more inclined to vote for Trump, demonstrating the impact of the trial’s resolution on his electoral prospects.

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