Early 2024 Polls Show Trump AHEAD Of Sitting President Joe Biden

Respondents to the survey were asked, “If the 2024 election for President were held today and it was between Donald Trump, the Republican and Joe Biden, the Democrat, who would you vote for?”

Altogether, 45% indicated they would vote for Trump, while 43 percent said they would vote for Biden. The remaining 12 percent are undecided.

According to the survey, Trump is in a clear position to win the theoretic Republican primary. He also leads VP Kamala a hypothetical contest for the presidency in 2024, leading her by 11 percentage points, or 49 percent to 38 percent.

The majority of voters, 55%, have "doubts" about Joe Biden's mental capacity, which suggests that they are not enthusiastic about the possibility of him running for office again. This accounts for 67 percent of independent voters, 83 percent of Republican voters, and 22 percent of Democratic voters.

In addition, the study found that Trump's approval ratings on a range of topics in January 2021 were still higher than Biden's approval ratings in October 2022.

By the time Trump left office in January 2021, for example, 56 percent of respondents approved of how he had handled the economy. In October of 2022, only 39 percent of Americans are happy with the way Biden is handling the economy. This pattern persists with regard to a number of concerns.

Administering the Government
Trump January 2021: 49 percent approve
Biden October 2022: 44 percent approve

Fighting Terrorism
Trump January 2021: 55 percent approve
Biden October 2022: 44 percent approve

Stimulating Jobs
Trump January 2021: 58 percent approve
Biden October 2022: 46 percent approve

Foreign Affairs
Trump January 2021: 52 percent approve
Biden October 2022: 41 percent approve

Trump January 2021: 52 percent approve
Biden October 2022: 38 percent approve

Managing the Government Approval ratings for Trump in January 2021 were 49 percent, and for Biden in October 2022 they were 44 percent.

The only area in which Biden performs better than Trump is in his response to the Chinese coronavirus; however, even this advantage is minimal, with Biden receiving 51 percent to Trump's 49 percent.

In addition, only 39% of people are satisfied with how Biden handles the issue of crime, and only 35% are satisfied with how he handles the issue of inflation.

During the weekend of October 12-13, 2022, a total of 2,010 registered voters participated in the survey.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breit Bart.

Written by Staff Reports

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