How " rel="tag">Donald 's VP pick could help him edge out Biden: Daily Mail poll shows ... trends now

How " rel="tag">Donald 's VP pick could help him edge out Biden: Daily Mail poll shows ... trends now
How Donald Trump's VP pick could help him edge out Biden: Daily Mail poll shows ... trends now

How Donald Trump's VP pick could help him edge out Biden: Daily Mail poll shows ... trends now

Donald Trump is two months into his quadrennial reality show of Celebrity Who Wants to be a Vice President Survivor?

Ever since vanquished Republican rivals Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Doug Burgum joined him on stage in New Hampshire, Trump has delighted in turning his rally stages into auditions or dropping new names in interviews. 

The result is a mix of 'The Apprentice' and 'Guess Who?'

Would Rep. Elise Stefanik or Nikki Haley or Gov. Kristi Noem help him win over the troublesome female suburban vote?

Would Sen. Tim Scott or Rep. Byron Donalds help him make further inroads with African-Americans?

To test the impact of VP picks, J.L. Partners polled 1000 voters on their voting intentions. The results show how a Trump-Rubio ticket helps the former president slightly more than others

To test the impact of VP picks, J.L. Partners polled 1000 voters on their voting intentions. The results show how a Trump-Rubio ticket helps the former president slightly more than others

Former President Donald Trump pictured with Vivek Ramaswamy at his primary night watch party in Nashua, New Hampshire. Ramawamy is often floated as a potential VP pick

Former President Donald Trump pictured with Vivek Ramaswamy at his primary night watch party in Nashua, New Hampshire. Ramawamy is often floated as a potential VP pick

One of the latest, and perhaps more unexpected, names in the frame is Sen. Marco Rubio, at a time when Trump world says the former president is seriously thinking of running with a Hispanic vice president.

Or what about Vivek Ramaswamy to bring hype-man energy to the ticket? 

To test who adds what to the presidential ticket J.L. Partners asked 1000 likely voters for their thoughts on VP picks to run against Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

The results are close but could offer food for thought to Trump as he mulls his decision (if he has not made it already). 

They show that Rubio offers the best prospect of peeling Democrats away from Biden and Harris, while Ramaswamy—whose vibe is Trump with ADHD—fares worst.

Trump wins by one point when Rubio, Ramaswamy, and Scott are on the ticket. But he loses with Stefanik, Haley or Noem.

With Ramaswamy, some 88 percent of Republicans say they would vote for the Trump ticket.

But that falls to 81 percent for Stefanik.

With Rubio, known as a more centrist Republican than Trump with a deep interest in foreign policy, the

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