Just over 1 in 4 Americans support Trump 2024 campaign: Poll

Although former President Donald Trump remains widely popular among Republican voters, the same can apparently not be said about the general population.

According to a new poll, only about 1 in 4 respondents would like to see Trump back in the White House.

Just over half of Republicans approve

The Associated Press published the results of a recent survey of 1,161 adults, which comes with a margin of error just under four percentage points.

As pollsters determined, only 27% of Americans would be interested in seeing Trump win a re-election bid in 2024. Even when the results from Democrats and independents are removed, that number only goes up to 56%.

Of course, Trump continues to tease the notion of another White House campaign, though he has not made any official announcements. Vague references to his 2024 intentions have included a vow that “we’re going to make America great again” and it is “going to make a lot of people happy.”

He recently held his first political rally of the year, leaving many pundits and supporters suggesting that it sounded like a campaign stump speech.

Addressing a crowd in Arizona, he predicted “a great red wave” in the state and looked forward to the midterm races, declaring: “This is the year we take back the House; this is the year we take back the Senate.”

Biden receives even worse news

Despite the support he receives from scores of fans nationwide, the recent polling numbers reveal potential trouble for a theoretical Trump re-election campaign.

Nevertheless, other recent polls have shown Trump outperforming other likely candidates in a 2024 GOP primary. He has also been competitive in hypothetical match-ups against top Democratic contenders including President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Of course, Biden performed similarly poorly in the same poll. Only 28% of respondents said they would like him to serve a second term. Without the input of Republicans and independents, that number rises to just 48%.

Those findings might not be surprising based on his sinking approval ratings throughout his first term in office.

Biden’s problematic policies on issues including the economy, the southern border, foreign affairs, and much more have contributed to his widespread unpopularity. One recent polling average put his approval rating at 40.8% — its lowest point thus far.

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