It seems there are a lot of folks who are experiencing remorse about having cast a ballot in favor of making Joe Biden president, as a new poll from Rasmussen Reports says that if Trump does run in 2024 and he goes up against Biden, he would win 51 percent to 41 percent. Independent voters would choose the Republican candidate by 20 points over the current president.
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One-in-five Democrats say they would vote for Trump over either Biden or Harris … pic.twitter.com/GAIotGYAsw
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 23, 2021
If former President Trump were to take on Vice President Kamala Harris in 2024, he would win even more soundly, 52 percent to 39 percent. Even more shocking is the fact that one-fifth of Democrats would cast a ballot for Trump.
The survey is the latest of dozens that have shown Biden sinking like a stone. Many have turned south since the disastrous withdrawal of U.S. forces and diplomats from Afghanistan and the surge of illegal immigrants over the U.S.-Mexico border.
Others have shown that people are growing worried about Biden’s competence and ability to stay in office long enough to run for reelection.
At the same time, voters have been slow to warm to another Trump bid. But that appears to be over.
The Rasmussen survey also discovered that more likely voters than not actually want former President Trump to run for the White House again. By a margin of 48 percent to 44 percent, they stated that Trump running in 2024 was a good idea.
Trump, who is currently set to hold a rally in Georgia this weekend, has been dropping some big hints that he is indeed planning another run for the White House, with some of his top advisers essentially saying that a run in 2024 is a lock.
A final interesting tidbit from the survey is that when voters were asked about the former president’s “aggressive, controversial” style, many of them now think it “wasn’t so bad,” by a margin of 52 percent to 44 percent.