Former President Donald Trump leads President Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll released this month found.
Respondents were asked to answer the following questions: “If the 2024 election for president were held today and it was between Donald Trump, the Republican and Joe Biden, the Democrat, who would you vote for?”
Trump holds a 3 point lead over Biden, which is 45 percent to 42 per cent. 13 percent of those surveyed remain unconvinced.
The survey also found that a greater percentage of Americans believe Biden should not run in 2024 compared to Trump — 67 percent to Trump’s 57 percent.
Additionally, the majority of respondents don’t like Bidens presidency. They say they are targeting. “MAGA Republicans”It is important to not talk about inflation, crime, or immigration. The majority of Americans, 55%, dislike Biden, while 41% approve.
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According to the survey, his approval also fluctuates on a range of issues including immigration and stimulating jobs.
Trump has remained vocal throughout Biden’s presidency, speaking at a rally in Ohio over the weekend, where he condemned Democrat Senate hopeful Tim Ryan (D-OH) for expressing the need to “kill and confront” the MAGA movement following Biden’s angry anti-MAGA speech
“People call me, ‘you know, Tim Ryan did a commercial, I think he really likes you.’ He doesn’t like me. He doesn’t like me and I don’t like him. He’s been terrible,”Trump stated. “Tim Ryan is a militant left-winger who is lying to your face, is acting as though he’s my friend on policy, pretending to be a moderate so he can get elected and betray everything that you believe in.”
“He is not a moderate. He is radical left, 100 percent voted for these Biden disaster policies. Tim Ryan pretends to be for Trump. But when I was president, he only voted with us 16 percent of the time and these are great policies for Ohio,”Trump continued to mention his connection with Biden.
“And over the last two years he has voted with Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and the rest every single time. It doesn’t matter on what, it doesn’t matter how bad it is,”Trump gave his approval.
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