A hypothetical rematch between Trump and Biden in 2024 shows Trump leading

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Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in the popular vote and in the electoral college count.(Reuters: Brian Snyder/AP: Julio Cortez)

Former President Donald Trump has surpassed President Joe Biden for the top White House spot in a virtual rematch in 2024, according to a new poll.

A new Emerson University poll released Tuesday showed that 44% said they would vote for Trump in the 2024 virtual election, while 41% said they would nominate Biden. Only 10% said they would vote for another presidential candidate.


In the same poll in November, Biden trailed Trump by four percentage points at 45%, compared with Trump’s 41% approval rating.

Despite Biden’s poor performance in the polls, more than half (58%) of Democratic primary or caucus voters believe Biden should be his party’s presidential nominee in 2024. thinking about. Only 42% said they would like to meet another candidate.

“Biden has increased support from minority members of the party, with 72% of Democratic Hispanic voters and 75% of Democratic Black voters agreeing that Biden should run for president in 2024. and 51% of white Democratic voters believe someone will be the next Democratic candidate next year,” said Spencer Kimball, executive director of Emerson College Polling.

In the 2024 Republican primary, 55% said they would vote for Trump, leading 29% of respondents to Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) nominee Governor Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) by 26 points. Among Republican voters under 35, Trump beat DeSantis 73% to 13%. But DeSantis has a 7-point lead over Trump among college-educated voters, 40% to 33%.

Other potential candidates nominated include former Vice President Mike Pence with 6% support and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley with 3% support. So far, Trump is the only candidate to formally submit a bid for 2024, doing so in November, just a week after the midterm elections.

“America’s revival is beginning now,” Trump said at the time, adding that “your country is being destroyed before your eyes.”

Biden has yet to announce whether he will seek re-election in 2024. However, he is reportedly preparing to launch his re-election campaign in the coming weeks, Hill reported, citing multiple sources aware of the president’s plans.

The outlet also cited sources claiming Biden is likely to make a formal announcement in April.