American voters don’t want to see the current president either Joe Bidennor its predecessor Donald Trumpin the ballot for a new term in 2024. This is the hottest conclusion of a survey conducted by the Harvard Center for American Political Studies and Harris Poll
A majority of the people polled by pollsters at the end of June said they were against the scenario of a possible rematch between the two contenders in the 2020 election. The only difference is that Trump appears to have a firmer grip on his electorate.
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In detail, seven out of ten Americans believe Biden shouldn’t be running for a second term. Of these, 45% believe the current leader is a bad president, while 30% believe he is too old to continue. 15% simply think a change is better.
When asked about the president’s “mental fit” to continue in his office, 60 percent of all respondents doubt Biden is adequate. Among Republicans, 9 out of ten think so, while among Democrats more than 15%.
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In a hypothetical dem primary election, 30% of respondents confirmed they would vote Biden, 18% Kamala Harris and 8% Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Trump is no better. Even for the former president, six out of 10 voters think that he should not stand for re-election. A third of the total believe he could be “divisive” for the country. 36% believe it is unreliable, and last but not least a good 30% hold it responsible for the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
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But despite all this, Trump is steadfast in his voters and in a hypothetical primary election among the Republicans he would get 56% of the votes. Behind him, with a gap, would be Ron DeSantis, with 16% and Mike Pence with 7% even more distant.
The poll was conducted between 28 and 29 June on a basis of 1308 registered voters.
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