Joe Scarborough Destroys 'Garbage' NYT Poll Showing Trump Lead Over Biden

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Joe Scarborough was outraged by a new New York Times poll that showed Donald Trump leading President Joe Biden.

May 15, 2024, published at 12:00 PM ET

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough outraged by a new New York Times poll that found that Donald Trump leading president Joe Biden in the 2024 race for the White House, RadarOnline.com can report.

The New York Times Survey, released Monday, found Trump leading President Biden in five of six crucial swing states. Those states include Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Georgia and Nevada.

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“The New York Times needs to know what they are doing.”

But flash forward to Wednesday morning, and Scarborough blasted the new poll for “garbage.” He also accused the New York Times of “actively shaping” the current election cycle.

'The New York Times is currently actively shaping the election cycle' Scarborough was indicted in the last episode of Morning Joe. “This poll comes out on Sunday and on Monday people say, Oh, and I heard it.”

“I'm sitting there thinking, Oh, don't be stupid,” the MSNBC host continued. “It distorts reality, and everyone responds to it in the media and in the political world.”

Meanwhile, Scarborough also accused the New York Times of “distorting” President Biden's poll numbers ahead of the November general election — especially when the newspaper will inevitably publish another poll showing Biden beating Trump in certain key states.

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The new poll showed Trump leading Biden in five of the six crucial swing states.

“It distorts the whole opinion,” says the Morning Joe host continued cooking. “It distorts everything.”

“That will continue to happen every month as this comes out,” he continued. “And finally, about two weeks later, after the residue of the New York Times poll wears off, people say, Oh, I think Joe Biden is on a winning streak.”

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“Two weeks later it comes out again, and it's garbage,” Scarborough said Wednesday morning. “It's an outlier.”

“I'm sorry,” he concluded, “the New York Times needs to know what they're doing.”

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Trump led Biden by more than ten points in Georgia and Nevada.

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If RadarOnline.com previously noted, the New York Times “dirty” poll criticizing Scarborough on Wednesday morning showed ex-President Trump leading President Biden in five of six key battleground states.

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According to the new poll, Trump leads Biden by three points in Pennsylvania; seven points in Arizona; seven points at Michigan; ten points in Georgia; and as many as 12 points in Nevada.

Meanwhile, President Biden had a two-point lead over Trump in Wisconsin.

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The Times poll also found that many young and non-white voters were disappointed with President Biden's first term.

The Times poll also found that many young and non-white voters are disappointed with President Biden's first term.

Several of those surveyed this month mentioned the economyjust like the escalating war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza as reasons why they may not vote for Biden in November.

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“It worries me when I see the press coming out of the White House again and again, where they keep saying the economy is good,” one respondent explained about the current economy. “That's really weird, because I pay more in taxes and more on groceries and more on housing and more on fuel. So that doesn't feel good.”

“I think it has made quite a difference because it has made me more likely than in the past to vote for a third party, even though I feel like the candidates are almost 100 percent not going to win,” said one another respondent about the elections. war in Gaza. “It's starting to dawn on my moral conscience, I think.”

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