Former President Donald Trump could win against President Joe Biden in five key battleground states in the 2024 election, according to a recent poll.

In a new survey conducted by GOP pollster Tony Frabizio, the former president led Biden in Arizona by a 51% to 43% margin; Georgia by 48% to 45%; Michigan by 53% to 41%; Pennsylvania by 51% to 45%; and Wisconsin by 52% to 42%, according to a poll memo obtained by Politico.

During the 2020 election, Biden earned a total of 73 electoral votes from the five battleground states, giving him a decisive win. Trump has since organized four rallies in the swing states as part of the “Make America Great Again” movement. 

"Poll after poll clearly demonstrates that former President Donald Trump is still the 800-pound gorilla in the GOP and would be its 2024 nominee should he run," Fabrizio told Politico

"This new data clearly shows that today the voters in these five key states would be happy to return Trump to the White House and send Biden packing."

The poll also surveyed 600 likely voters on whether they approve of Biden’s and Trump’s jobs as president. Trump led Biden by 10 percentage points in Arizona, 9 points in Georgia, 14 points in Michigan, 11 points in Pennsylvania and 13 points in Wisconsin.

The GOP poll comes as Trump seemingly gears up for a 2024 bid as his super PAC plans to hold a fundraiser on Dec. 2. Top Republican donors across the United States are expected to gather at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida for the event.

Ric Grenell, former acting national intelligence director, and Matt Whitaker, former acting attorney general, are also expected to join former Florida state attorney general Pam Bondi in Trump’s super PAC board of directors. 

In a recent interview with Fox News, Trump hinted at plans to announce his final decision to run after the end of the 2022 midterm elections, noting that his announcement would make a lot of people “very happy.”

While Trump has yet to make an official announcement, White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday confirmed that Biden intends to run for reelection in 2024. 

"That’s his intention," Psaki told reporters. 

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