Support for DeSantis went up to 47 percent from 43 percent for Biden.
A separate survey also showed that both Biden and DeSantis were tied when it came to choosing who they would like to be the next president.
A new poll conducted by the law school revealed that both Biden and DeSantis received 42 percent support from voters. This marked the first time that the two have been tied in a hypothetical survey.
The results of the survey showed that voters were leaning toward supporting Biden if he decides to run for president in 2024.
The former vice president received 44 percent support from the respondents, while 43 percent said they would prefer to have Trump as the country's leader.
In 2024, Trump is expected to lose to Biden by around a percentage point. However, DeSantis could gain ground over Biden in Georgia if he decides to run. According to Spencer Kimball, DeSantis' support among certain demographic groups could help him overtake Biden.
Since Trump entered the race last month, both Biden and DeSantis have yet to officially announce their intentions to run for president.
In the past, Biden has said that he would like to be the next president. However, he noted that he would make a decision regarding his future after the holiday season.
Most voters support the idea of DeSantis running for president in 2024, with many backing away from Trump.
Democrats, on the other hand, believe that a new party leader is needed to replace Biden.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Town Hall.