An Emerson College poll has revealed a potential outcome for the 2024 Presidential election. The survey found that former President Donald Trump would beat current President Joe Biden in the election, while GOP hopefuls like Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley would lose.
The poll revealed that if the election were held today, 46 percent of people would vote for Trump while 42 percent would vote for Biden. Seven percent of people said they would vote for somebody else and 5 percent said they were undecided. This is similar to last month’s poll results, which showed 44 percent voting for Trump and 41 percent voting for Biden.
When comparing Biden to other potential candidates, the poll found that he leads against both Governor DeSantis and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.
Against DeSantis, 44 percent of people said they would vote for Biden while 40 percent said they would vote for DeSantis. 9 percent of respondents said they would vote for someone else and 8 percent were undecided. Similarly, against Haley, 40 percent said they would support Biden while 37 percent supported Haley. 12 percent supported someone else and 11 percent were undecided.
These results suggest that if Joe Biden wishes to remain in office beyond 2021, he will need to prove his worth to voters through successful policy decisions. It also appears that Trump still enjoys a strong amount of support from voters, and Desantis and Haley may not be strong enough candidates to defeat him in an election yet.
Trump has released a 2024 presidential campaign announcement outlining his plans for pro-America trade and manufacturing policies.
The former president’s efforts will be mainly focused on replacing the Biden administration’s current trade policies that, according to Trump, punish domestic producers and reward outsourcers.
“Biden’s pro-China economic program puts America last and is killing our country,” said the 45th President. “My cutting-edge trade agenda will revitalize our economy by once again putting America first. We will quickly become a manufacturing powerhouse like the world has never seen before.”