Increase in Uncommitted Voters, and Whether Trend Should Worry Biden: Analyst

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump effectively clinched their parties’ nominations earlier this year. Both won easily in Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, and Wisconsin. But the numbers show a deeper discontent among American voters.

Rhode Island and Connecticut saw a significant percentage of uncommitted votes in the Democratic primaries, and some Republican voters are still voting for President Trump’s rivals, who have already dropped out of the race.

NTD spoke to Amber Duke, the Washington editor at the Spectator and a fellow at The Steamboat Institute, for her analysis of the trend.

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