2024 latest polls: Trump and Biden tied in hypothetical 2024 rematch

The 2024 election appears to be heading towards a rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. Despite facing legal troubles, Trump remains the most popular candidate in the Republican field. While Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has gained some support, he is still far behind Trump. On the Democratic side, author Marianne Williamson and anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist Robert F Kennedy Jr are challenging Biden for the nomination, but they are not seen as real threats. Trump was indicted for the third time on August 1st for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election. However, rather than weakening his support, these legal problems seem to be strengthening his base. The Republican primary is scheduled to begin in January, and the nominee is expected to become clear well before June.

In a recent move, Trump’s 2024 campaign is asking supporters whether he should participate in the first Republican primary debate. The poll presents a leading question, suggesting that Trump should focus on uniting the party to defeat Biden rather than engaging in debate with other candidates.

A poll conducted by the New York Times and Siena College found that DeSantis’s battle with Disney hasn’t gained him favor with Republican voters. A majority of GOP voters prefer candidates who believe that the government should stay out of deciding what corporations should support, rather than those who pledge to fight “woke” corporations. The poll also revealed that a significant portion of Republican voters accept transgender people and support gay marriage. Additionally, a majority of GOP voters are more interested in candidates who focus on law and order and libertarian economic policies rather than battling “wokeism”.

Another poll conducted by the New York Times and Siena College suggests that Trump’s focus on law and order may be more effective than battling “woke” ideology to win over Republican primary voters. When given a choice between a candidate who focuses on defeating “woke” ideology and a candidate who focuses on restoring law and order, a significant majority of GOP voters preferred the law and order candidate.

The poll also found that 97% of Trump-supporting Iowa Republicans strongly support the former president, while 76% of DeSantis supporters say the same. Around 47% of Trump supporters in Iowa are open to supporting other candidates, but in a head-to-head matchup, Trump leads DeSantis in Iowa.

On the Democratic side, Biden’s challengers, Robert F Kennedy Jr and Marianne Williamson, trail him by more than 50 points each. The poll suggests that Biden will almost certainly be the Democratic nominee, despite concerns about his age. Another poll indicates that Democrats would prefer Kamala Harris over Biden as the nominee, but there is uncertainty among Democratic voters about who they want as their party’s standard-bearer.

In conclusion, the 2024 election is shaping up to be a rematch between Biden and Trump. Despite facing legal troubles, Trump remains the most popular candidate among Republicans. Recent polls show that Republican voters are more interested in candidates who focus on law and order and libertarian economic policies rather than battling “woke” ideology. On the Democratic side, Biden is expected to be the nominee, but there is uncertainty among Democratic voters about who they want as their party’s standard-bearer.

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