A recent poll showed that President Trump has gained a 9-point lead among independent voters compared to Joe Biden. This shift of 5 points from September reflects the lack of support for Biden’s campaign as he faces no competition within the Democratic party. In contrast, Trump has already started his 2024 campaign and is predicted to encounter competition within the Republican party for securing the nomination.
🇺🇲 2024 Presidential Election Poll
(R) Trump: 48% (+3)
(D) Biden: 45%
(R) Trump: 50% (+9)
(D) Biden: 41%
5 point swing towards Trump from Sept. poll by the same pollster (46/48 – Biden +2)
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) February 5, 2023
According to a recent poll, 42% of those surveyed approve of President Trump’s job performance, marking his highest score in the ABC-Washington Post poll since April. Despite this, he has yet to reach a 50% job approval rating since June 2021. This could be a result of the Democrats’ success in the midterm elections, where they kept their majority in the Senate and nearly kept control of the House.
According to former President Trump, there is opposition to him within the GOP, including Governor DeSantis and Nikki Haley. In a recent interview, he claimed that DeSantis begged for his endorsement while crying during the 2018 primary election for governor in Florida. Trump also criticized potential 2024 presidential candidates, including Haley, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Governor Glenn Youngkin of Virginia.
Nikki Haley has expressed her criticism towards both President Biden and former President Trump, calling for new leadership. As the former first female governor of South Carolina and the 29th US ambassador to the UN during Trump’s presidency, Haley is seen as a potential candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Despite her past political accomplishments in South Carolina, she was not included in Trump’s 2024 campaign launch which featured a lineup of South Carolina leaders. It is rumored that she will soon make an announcement about her own presidential bid.
The divide between supporters and opponents of both candidates is clear as they prepare for another White House run. A recent poll shows President Trump having a significant 9-point lead over Joe Biden with independent voters, which could give him an edge in the upcoming election. The 5-point shift since September suggests a lack of excitement for Biden’s campaign as he faces no internal challenges within the Democratic party. Meanwhile, Trump has already begun his 2024 campaign and is expected to face competition within the Republican party for the nomination.
The Republican Party has clear internal opposition to Trump, including Governor DeSantis and former US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley. Haley has publicly criticized both President Biden and Trump, calling for new leadership. With a political background that includes serving as the first female governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 and as the 29th US ambassador to the UN during Trump’s presidency, Haley is a prominent figure. Despite launching his 2024 campaign with a roster of South Carolina leaders, Trump overlooked Haley, who was once the governor of South Carolina, and it is anticipated that she will soon announce her own presidential campaign.
The results of this poll show that President Trump has a strong advantage over Joe Biden in terms of independent voters. As both candidates prepare for another White House run, it is clear that there is a great divide between their supporters and opponents. It remains to be seen how this will impact the 2024 election and who will ultimately come out on top.
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