Former President Trump leads President Biden in a hypothetical 2024 presidential matchup, a Redfield & Wilton Strategies survey released this week found.
This survey Ask respondents, “If the candidates for the Presidential Election on November 5, 2024 are as follows, for whom will you vote?”Respondents could choose between Trump or Biden. “others.”
Trump ultimately edges out Biden by three percentage points — 41 percent to Biden’s 38 percent. Total, the undecided remain at 13 percent.
“Large majorities of 2020 Donald Trump voters (84%, -4) and Joe Biden voters (81%, +6) maintain that they would again vote for those respective candidates,”This survey has been completed.
2024 Presidential Election Hypothetical Voting intention (15 June).
Donald Trump: 41%
Joe Biden: 38% (–)
Don’t know: 13% (+1)
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— Redfield & Wilton Strategies (@RedfieldWilton) June 17, 2022
While a majority of Democrats say they would vote for Biden and a majority of Republicans say they would vote for Trump, Trump enjoys more support from his base — 82 percent compared to Biden’s 75 percent.
Trump is also ahead of Biden in independent voter opinion, with 34% saying they’d vote for Trump while 32 percent for Biden. Notably, 20% of independent voters are still undecided.
Trump’s performance against Kamala Harris is even more impressive, with her 43 percent and her 37 percent. Harris’ performance is better among independents as 34% support Harris, while Trump has only 33 percent. 18 percent are still undecided.
It was completed by 1,500 U.S. residents.
Although Trump is yet to make a formal decision, there are all indications that he will. Trump has been teased about running for office on numerous occasions, and he recently spoke to the New Yorker he is “very close to making a decision.”
Biden continues to struggle with inflation and record-high fuel prices. Mental and physical fitness — the latter of which recently made national news, as Biden fellWhile riding in Delaware’s Rehoboth area, he fell off his bike.
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