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US election 2024 polls: Biden and Trump tied across most polling raises alarms for Democrats

US election 2024 polls: Biden and Trump tied across most polling raises alarms for Democrats

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Across the board, polls about the 2024 presidential election show President Joe Biden and ex-president Donald Trump are neck-and-neck.

Polling from CNN, the New York Times / Sienna College and the Wall Street Journal all indicate Mr Biden and Mr Trump tied with each other or within one point of one another.

The findings point to Democratic voters’ disapproval of Mr Biden and the stronghold Mr Trump has over right-wing voters – which lends a problem for the Democratic party with the election on the horizon.

Democratic or Democrat-leaning voters have strongly said they want a different candidate than Mr Biden. Polling from CNN found that 82 per cent of voters said they want to see the Democratic Party nominate “someone besides Joe Biden” for office.

Mr Biden’s approval rating has recently dropped along with voters’ confidence in his ability to run for re-election.

The WSJ poll found that more than half of US voters believe Mr Biden is “too told” to seek a second term despite being only three years older than Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.


Who are the moderators for the second GOP debate?

After a fiery debate last month, Republican presidential candidates are preparing for a second presidential primary showdown on 27 September.

The debate is due to take place at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.

Fox News Media’s Dana Perino and Stuart Varney and UNIVISION’s Ilia Calderón will co-moderate the second Republican presidential primary debate, the networks revealed 31 August.

Ariana Baio11 September 2023 19:00


RFK Jr boasts about polls numbers: ‘better then DeSantis’

Ariana Baio9 September 2023 05:00


Poll-challenged Pence channels the NFL in touting how he can catch up with Trump

Maybe he’s dreaming of a Hail Mary.

That might have been on former Vice President Mike Pence’s mind when likened his polling gap to former President Donald Trump in the 2024 race to an NFL game after a recent poll revealed a huge margin between the two candidates.

His comments came after a recent CNN poll of Republican-leaning voters showed the former president carrying 52 per cent compared to former VP Pence, who is at 7 per cent.

Ariana Baio9 September 2023 02:00


Where the GOP candidates stand in the polls

As of Friday, 8 September, here is where the Republican presidential candidates stand in the polls per FiveThirtyEight.

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 22:00


In a hypothetical match-up Biden loses to Haley

A CNN poll shows that in a hypothetical matchup, President Joe Biden could lose to Republican candidate Nikki Haley.

In a sample of 1,503 respondents, with a margin of error of 3.5 per cent, Ms Haley leads Mr Biden with 49 per cent of respondents saying they would back her over Mr Biden.

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 19:00


VOICES: From cringeworthy to baffling: 2024 candidates revealed their favorite songs

“Who wants to talk about policy when you can talk about music?

Several of the 2024 presidential candidates replied to a Politico query to list their top 20 tracks. The point of the exercise was, ostensibly, to see what music makes the hearts of our prospective presidents sing, but, let’s be honest, the responses were certainly pored over and curated by the candidates’ staffers.”

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 16:30


Nearly half of Democratic voters believe Joe Biden is too old

In a new poll from CNN, nearly half of respondents said they were concerned about President Joe Biden’s age going into another presidency.

In a survey of Democrat or Democrat-leaning voters, 49 per cent said that they were concerned about Mr Biden’s age and indicated that the US may need someone younger.

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 11:00


Who are the moderators for the second GOP debate?

The next debate is set for 27 September. Here’s everything you need to know.

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 05:00


82% of Democrat voters do not want Biden to be party’s nominee

Democrat voters are desperate for another candidate other than President Joe Biden to run for 2024 president, according to a new poll.

Approximately 82 per cent of Democrat or Democrat-leaning voters said they want to see the Democratic Party nominate “someone besides Joe Biden” for office, the poll conducted by CNN and SSRS found.

Only 1 per cent of those surveyed said they would like to see other potential candidates Robert F Kennedy Jr or Marianne Williamson to be the party’s official nominee.

Ariana Baio8 September 2023 02:00


Haley on a steady rise

Since the first GOP debate on 23 August, Nikki Haley has been on a steady rise, according to polls.

One poll from FiveThirtyEight shows Ms Haley polling at 3.4 per cent on 23 August. As of 6 September, she is at 6.3 per cent – nearly double where she was two weeks ago.

Ariana Baio7 September 2023 23:00


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