New Trump Poll Shows Him Leading Biden in 2024

( The results of a study conducted by Harvard-Harris in May revealed that President Joe Biden would lose against former President Donald Trump in a hypothetical rematch in 2024.

A total of 68 percent are of the opinion that the country is headed in the “wrong direction,” while only 25 percent think it is headed in the “right direction.” This represents a staggering decline for Biden, as in May of 2021, 47 percent of respondents said that the country was heading in the right direction.

Under the leadership of President Joe Biden, the majority of respondents, 56%, reported that their personal financial condition is now “growing worse.” This proportion represents the highest one ever recorded in this specific study. The overall percentage of people who disapprove of Biden is 55%, and of those, 40% “strongly” disapprove of him.

In light of such dismal numbers for the president, the study posed the question to respondents as to who they would support in a runoff election between Biden and Trump and urged them to divulge their choice.

The study found that 45 percent of respondents would select Trump as their candidate, while 42 percent select Biden. Overall, 13 percent remain uncertain. The study also posed the same question but put Trump against Kamala Harris as the candidate for vice president. Under those circumstances, Trump would defeat his fictitious opponent by a margin of seven percentage points:

On the 18th and 19th of May, 2022, a total of 1,963 registered voters participated in the survey.

Even though Donald Trump has not yet made a public declaration of his desire to run for president, he has provided a number of signals over the course of the previous year.
In March, when speaking to a crowd of his fans in South Carolina, Trump made the prediction that Republicans “are going to take back that magnificent, gorgeous White House.” He warned the crowd, “We may have to run.”