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As we look forward to 2024, (which is a fairly troubling habit that Americans have had of late), we see a two-person race emerging between presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden.
Of course, as the last year has taught us, things move quickly in the American court of public opinion, and this could all change in a matter of moments. Trump, for what it’s worth, has solidified his unofficial “yes” to running again in 2024, while Biden continues to struggle to find footing – even among members of his own party.
A new poll shows, however, that Biden still holds a bit of an advantage over the former Commander in Chief.
President Biden is leading former President Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in two hypothetical, head-to-head match-ups for the 2024 presidential election, according to a new poll.
The survey, conducted by Marquette Law School, found that 43 percent of adults nationwide would support Biden if the 2024 presidential election were held today, while 33 percent would vote for Trump in a one-on-one match-up.
Sixteen percent said they would choose a different candidate, while 6 percent said they would not vote.
But here is where it gets weird…
In a hypothetical race against DeSantis, however, Biden polls slightly worse: 41 percent of adults nationwide said they would throw their support behind Biden, while 33 percent would support DeSantis.
DeSantis, who has played fairly coy when it comes to sharing his 2024 plans, has been raising his profile at the national level of late, in what many have seen as first stages of a potential campaign. This has not sat well with Donald Trump, who has openly hoped that the Florida Governor would commit to not running and supporting his reelection efforts instead.
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