Yahoo Poll: A Third of Americans Think Biden or Trump's Second Term is 'Worst Case' In addition, only 30% of Democrats are ready to support the candidacy of Vice President Kamala Harris if she nominates, while 52% of voters want the Democratic candidate to be someone -something else< source srcset="https://s0.rbk.ru/v6_top_pics/resized/800xH/media/img/5/66/756599191560665.webp 800w" type="image/webp" media="(max-width: 400px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)" >< source srcset="https://s0.rbk.ru/v6_top_pics/resized/1200xH/media/img/5/66/756599191560665.webp 1200w" type="image/webp" media="(min-resolution: 192dpi) " >
More than a third of US citizens considered the nomination for a second term of President Joe Biden and former leader Donald Trump the “worst thing that could happen” with the country. The Hill writes about this, citing a Yahoo News-YouGov survey.
According to the poll, 37% of registered voters from both parties said they considered the “worst case scenario” for the US re-election of Trump, 35% adhere to the same position in relation to Biden.
Thus, 85% of Democrats and 25% of Republicans oppose the nomination of Trump in 2024, while 43% of Democrats and 84% of Republicans oppose Biden, the publication notes.
Answering the question, if the 2024 elections were held today, for whom they would vote— for Trump or for Biden, — 41% of voters said they would support Biden, while 39% said they would support Trump.
In a hypothetical case where Biden stepped aside, only 30% of Democrats said they would like to see Vice President Kamala Harris as a presidential candidate.
About a third of Republicans said they would prefer to see Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as a candidate from the Republicans.
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The survey was conducted between July 28 and August 1 among 1,557 American adults. Gender, age, education, and voting in the 2020 presidential election were taken into account.
Respondents were offered a scale of five response options: “not sure”, “the best thing that could happen”, “mostly good” , “combination of good and bad”, “mostly bad”.
In mid-July, Donald Trump said that he had made a decision about running in the 2024 presidential election, without going into details. He expressed confidence that if he ran, he would win the election.
Later, on July 29, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that Joe Biden plans to be re-elected in 2024, despite declining ratings for falling GDP, high US prices and rising inflation.
Trump— 45th President of the United States. He led the country from 2017 to 2021 and lost the next election to Joe Biden. Biden took office as the 46th President of the United States in January 2021.
Recently, the ratings of Biden and his administration have declined significantly. For example, according to a CNN poll, 75% of respondents who support Democrats said they would like to nominate someone else from the Democratic Party in 2024. At the same time, the number of those who do not want to see Biden in the presidency has doubled,— 32% vs. 16% earlier in 2022.
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