Biden 2024? Polls Forecast Opinion of Potential Reelection Campaign
While President Biden has yet to declare with certainty if he will run for reelection in 2024, polling groups are gauging the opinion of voters to understand how recent political developments have impacted perceptions of the President. While the next battle for the White House remains over two years away, practically an eternity in politics, current polling data offers insight on voters’ approval of the current Administration, shaping the field for the direction it will take after November’s midterm elections.
A recent poll from Emerson College revealed that President Biden has seen a bump in approval in past months, with a large portion coming from women voters. An analysis from Newsweek (Center bias) attributed this boost to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade this past summer. The Biden Administration has since taken a strong pro-choice stance, and during a speech on Friday, Biden promised to codify abortion rights into law if Democrats gained two additional Senate seats in the midterm elections.
Among Democratic Party leadership, CNN (Left bias) reported a “warming” up to the idea of a Biden reelection campaign. The Emerson College poll also reported Biden holding a slight lead over Donald Trump in what the New York Post (Lean Right Bias) labeled a “virtual dead heat.” While Biden currently leads in a potential rematch against Former President Donald Trump, another poll analyzed by The Washington Examiner (Lean Right bias) found 56% of polled Democrat voters still prefer a candidate other than Biden in the 2024 election.
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From the CenterBiden Approval Surges by Double-Digits Among Women After Roe Ruling: Poll
President Joe Biden has seen major gains in approval among women following the overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court in June, according to a new poll.
Emerson College on Friday released its latest national survey, tracking numerous political statistics heading into the midterms and beyond. The college found in this most recent survey that Biden's approval rating was the highest it had been all year, according to its own data, with 45 percent approving of him as president and 49 disapproving, with 5 percent claiming to be...
From the RightMost Democrats don't want Biden as 2024 nominee: Poll
Democrats appear eager for someone other than President Joe Biden to be the party's 2024 presidential nominee.
A poll from ABC News and the Washington Post found 56% of Democratic-registered voters and Democratic-leaning voters want another candidate to top the ticket. The poll found only 35% prefer Biden as the Democratic Party's 2024 nominee.
The president hit new lows in approval among liberals (68%), southerners (33%), and people in the middle- to upper-middle income range (34%). Biden also hit a record low on approval from black adults at 31%.
From the LeftDemocrats are warming to a Biden 2024 campaign. They’re just not sure if he’ll run.
Many Democratic leaders, operatives and officials are cautiously warming to the idea of President Joe Biden running for reelection in 2024, dozens of high-ranking Democrats told CNN.
But just like many voters and donors – as poll after poll shows – they’re still not sure he should do it, or that he will.
The mood has notably shifted among top Democrats in recent months. During the depths of Biden’s political struggles in March, some party leaders from all over the country huddled in the hallways of the Hilton a few...