Biden garners dismal support for 2024, Trump remains kingpin in polls

by Summer Lane

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A new poll from Fox News has found that only 33 percent of Americans would vote to reelect Joe Biden in 2024 amid a tough year of hyperinflation and rising tensions in Eastern Europe.

Per the poll, 54 percent of surveyed voters indicated that they would vote for someone other than Biden in 2024, with 33 percent claiming that they would vote to reelect Joe Biden.

Interestingly, as Biden’s numbers have continued to tank in 2022, support among GOP voters for President Trump has increased. In fact, the president shared a recent poll from Harvard CAPS-Harris on his Truth Social account, revealing that he held 55 percent of support from potential GOP voters in a hypothetical 2024 primary race.

GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel pokes fun at Biden’s statement by bringing up a CNN poll on the economy.

Per the poll, Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., was the runner-up among Republican voters, netting 17 percent of the vote.

President Trump shared another poll from CD Media on his Truth Social account, which showed that in Arizona, he would hold a six-point lead over Joe Biden in a 2024 presidential race.

Per Fox News, Biden would net only 13 percent of Independent support in a 2024 race, and his ratings among voters on issues like the war in Ukraine have tanked. Their report showed that 52 percent of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of the crisis in Eastern Europe, and an overwhelming 60 percent disapprove of how he has handled the crisis at the southern border.

Further, 67 percent of Americans disapprove of Biden’s approach to inflation, which is perhaps the most pressing issue for many voting citizens as prices continue to rise.

As previously reported by RSBN, fumbling Democrat leadership in America is poised to provide a pathway for frustrated citizens to usher in a potential “red wave” of conservative victory in the rapidly-approaching midterm elections.

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