Across the board, Joe Biden continues to put a bad taste in the mouths of most Americans. From his handling of the pandemic, the bombed out border, threats to national security, failed military mission in Afghanistan, crumbling economy, skyrocketing cost of living, depletion of America’s energy independence, highly unpopular Vice President — the list goes on and on…and on…and on…
In a recent poll of likely voters in the 2024 presidential election, a rematch between Former President Donald Trump and Joe Biden won’t even be a contest. Trump defeats “president” Joe Biden in a 2024 by a longshot, increasing the chances of Trump’s return to the White House.
Trump was favored by 47% of respondents, while 46% chose Biden, in the Emerson poll results.
Biden won the 2020 presidential election after narrowly “beating” Trump in several battleground states under suspicious circumstances.
The Emerson poll found that Biden’s overall approval rating dropped from 49% in February to 46%, with 47% disapproving and 7% undecided.
The poll was conducted during and immediately after the final U.S. service members left Afghanistan in Biden’s disastrous military withdrawal that led to the Taliban taking control of the country.
Both Trump and Biden are the preferred candidates for their respective party in 2024.
A whopping 67% of Republicans said they would vote for Trump in the GOP primary while 10% said they would prefer another candidate. If Trump doesn’t run, 32% said they would vote for Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, and 24% chose former Vice President Mike Pence.
The Emerson Poll showed that Biden is stronger against DeSantis, with a 48% to 36% edge.
In a hypothetical scenario in which former GOP presidential nominee Sen. Mitt Romney was listed as a potential nominee, Biden received 42%, Romney 23%, and 29% indicated they would vote for someone else.
This data suggests that Republicans want either Trump or a Trumpian candidate to be their nominee, or half of them may split from the party.
Among Democrats, 60% said they wanted Biden to be the presidential nominee and 39% said they would rather it be someone else.
The Emerson Poll showed that enthusiasm for next year’s midterm elections was low, with only 69% of Republicans and 71% of Democrats saying they likely will vote.
The poll also found that 68% of respondents said the U.S. lost the war in Afghanistan. Half of the respondents think the U.S. should not recognize the Taliban as the government of Afghanistan, while 21% support the action, and 30% were unsure.
A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll showed 51% of Americans disapproved of Biden’s job amid the swift Taliban takeover and the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant.
These numbers spell the end of Democrat majorities come 2022 and a removal of Biden-Harris from the White House.
The American people are clamoring for a sense of normalcy, for the America Trump build; one that isn’t riddled with ‘woke’ policy at the expense of the working class. Americans want freedom from medial authoritarianism. They want their ability to earn a living to be restored. Donald J. Trump is the man to give back America to Americans.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth