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‘Weak’ Biden leaves ‘nerve-racked’ Democrats to worry about Senate seats

According to recent polls, Joe Biden’s poor performance in swing states is causing Democrats to increasingly worry about their Senate seats slipping.

The 81-year-old president is falling behind presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, 77, in some key swing states as he appears to struggle to garner the wider support of non-white voters.

The Biden administration may be celebrating small victories as Democrat candidates are doing better than Mr Biden himself in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Nevada.

However, last week’s poll from The New York Times and Siena College showed Mr Trump leads the president in five of the six major swing states that he won in the last presidential election.

The survey of registered voters showed that Mr Trump leads in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia and Nevada – Mr Biden won all six states in 2020.

John LaBombard, a former top aide to former Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema, and former Missouri senator Claire McCaskill noted the “nerve-racking” prospects of Mr Trump’s return to the White House.

“In these battleground states, the Democrats who are going to succeed are going to be ones who demonstrate a clear level of independence from the national party, and that necessarily means a certain amount of independence from the White House,” he told The Hill.

“That said, certainly, these numbers are nerve-wracking for those of us who think it’s critically important to keep [Mr Trump] out of the White House,” he added.

Even more troublesome, Democrats hope to win Senate seats in the traditionally Republican states of Montana and Ohio to bolster their chances of keeping their Senate majority.

Securing swing states is key in the race for the White House, and some Democrats are

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