The poll shows Trump leading Biden in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, the President leads in Wisconsin by a slim margin.
Registered voters in those swing states were also asked if they would prefer an unnamed generic alternative or Vice President Kamala Harris, both of those options polling better than Biden.
A CBS News/YouGov poll also released Sunday showed only 33% of Americans view Biden favorably while his favorability among Black (49%) and Hispanic (33%) Americans is also low.
President Biden’s campaign played down the polling in a statement, saying they wouldn’t be “fretting” about the new polls.
“Predictions more than a year out tend to look a little different a year later,” Biden campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz said in a statement. “We’ll win in 2024 by putting our heads down and doing the work, not by fretting about a poll.”
The polls come as Biden faces questions surrounding his age. 71 percent said the President is too old for another term, including 54 percent of his own supporters. Meanwhile, only 39 percent of those voters felt the same about Trump.
Registered voters also said they trust Trump over Biden on the economy by a 22-point margin along with keeping America safe amid wars in both Ukraine and Israel.