Likely 2024 Rematch Will End Sleepy Joe For Good

Poll numbers can sometimes paint an inaccurate picture of hypothetical political matchups or heated future elections. We’ve witnessed how inaccurate polling can be, especially when Democrats unleash their cheating tactics which throws the entire process to the wind.

But how can we ignore the overwhelming popularity of Donald Trump?

The Former President is seen as a direct contrast to Joe Biden, whose administration is racking up failures as quickly as their racking up debt. American voters have lost all enthusiasm for the sickly, demented Joe Biden as he continues to send the country down a path of ‘woke’ disaster.

Former President Donald Trump trounces President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, recent surveys show. The revelation follows Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan and divisive rhetoric against unvaccinated Americans as his approval rating tanks to historical lows across the board.

The survey asked:

“Now, if the 2024 Presidential election were held today, which one of the following best describes how you would vote in the general election for President between Donald Trump, the Republican candidate and Joe Biden, the Democrat candidate, for whom would you vote?”

Here’s the breakdown:

– Of all respondents, 50% said they would vote for Trump. Of those, 41% they “definitely” would cast their vote for the Former President.

– On the flip side, only 47% said they could vote for the incumbent Joe Biden, a noticeable low as goodwill historically flows to the new president. Of those who said they would vote Joe, only 39% said he would “definitely” get their vote.

Also asked:

“I used to dislike Trump’s aggressive, confrontational style, but now that I see how weak Biden was in dealing with the Taliban in Afghanistan, I’m thinking maybe Trump wasn’t so bad.”

A majority, or 52% said they agree, while 44% said they disagree. Overall, 58% say Biden surrendered Afghanistan to the “same Taliban group who helped the terrorists that attacked America on 9/11.”

A similar agree/disagree statement was asked of respondents:

“It takes a tough man to be a good president. When I see how weak Biden is, I’m coming to appreciate Trump more and I’m thinking we need a bit more of Trump’s toughness right now.”

Again, a majority, or 56% agree with that statement, compared to 40% who do not.

Similarly, an Emerson College survey released this month also showed Americans favoring Trump in a hypothetical 2024 matchup against Biden, 47% to 46%.

Meanwhile, Biden’s approval rating has continued to crater in the first year of his presidency, hitting record lows.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth