A recent Fox News survey showed that 53% of Democratic primary voters preferred someone other than President Joe Biden to be the party’s nominee in the 2024 presidential election.
A similar Rasmussen Reports survey found that 56% of voters did not want Biden to run for reelection, while a Washington Post/ABC News poll found that 58% of Democrats would prefer someone else to be the nominee.
However, a recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll showed that 50% of Democrats believed that the party had the best chance of winning the presidency in 2024 with Biden as the nominee.
- 53% of Democratic primary voters prefer someone else to be the party’s nominee in the 2024 presidential election.
- 56% of voters, including both Democrats and Republicans, do not want Biden to run for reelection.
- 58% of Democrats would prefer someone else to be the nominee.
- 50% of Democrats believe that the party has the best chance of winning the presidency in 2024 with Biden as the nominee.
- At the same point in his presidency, 72% of Republican voters wanted Trump as the GOP nominee again in 2020.
Commentary: The survey results show that Biden is struggling to gain majority support for his reelection bid, which could impact the outcome of the 2024 election.
It is crucial for Republican voters to pay attention to these results as they may impact voter turnout. Democrats who are not enthusiastic about their nominee may be less motivated to turn out and vote.
However, it is important to note that despite the lack of enthusiasm among Democrats for Biden’s candidacy, he still has the support of half of the party in terms of winning the presidency in 2024. Ultimately, these survey results provide valuable insight into the current state of American politics and the potential outcome of the 2024 election.