Biden’s Approval Plummets: Rematch with Trump Looms

Photo edit of Donald Trump vs Joe Biden in the 2024 Presidential race.
Photo edit of Donald Trump vs Joe Biden in the 2024 Presidential race. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.

President Biden’s approval ratings continue to decline as the 2024 elections approach, with a potential rematch against former President Trump. Various factors, including family scandals, banking failures, violence, the Afghan withdrawal, and inflation, contribute to this downward trend. Confidence in Biden’s leadership and the state of the economy is also low among Americans. Notably, independent voters show a significant lack of support for Biden, which could prove crucial in the upcoming elections.

Biden’s mishandling of crucial issues goes beyond declining approval ratings. Critics argue his policies exacerbate challenges facing the nation. Border security and energy policies draw criticism, while supply chain disruptions, rising costs, and a wavering job market deepen skepticism. With the 2024 elections nearing, Biden faces an uphill battle to regain public trust and address pressing needs. His ineptitude and disconnected agenda have left Americans disillusioned.

According to Breitbart:

“In total, if Trump is the GOP nominee in 2024, the cross tabs for the poll show 36 percent say they would definitely vote for him against Biden, another nine percent say they would probably vote for Trump in that scenario, and another five percent are leaning toward voting for Trump.

In said scenario, Biden only has 32 percent who say they will definitely vote for him, just six percent who said they probably would, and another four percent who said they lean toward voting for Biden.

The Gallup polling was supported by a recent YouGov survey, which found independent voters are unhappy with the president on a variety of issues. The data, if it remains until election day, is bad news for the president. Independent voters are an important voter bloc that frequently determines swing state outcomes.

Seventy-six percent said Biden’s economy is in bad or poor shape. Just 17 percent said it is in good or excellent condition. Sixty-four percent disapproved of Biden’s handling of jobs and the economy. Just 22 percent approved.

The poll asked independent voters, “Do you want Joe Biden to run for president again in 2024?” Sixty-three percent did not want Biden to run. Just 17 percent said they did.

“Do you think that Joe Biden is the strongest candidate that Democrats could nominate for president in 2024?” the poll asked. Fifty-eight percent said he was not the strongest Democrat candidate. Only 17 percent he was.”

As the 2024 elections draw closer, President Biden’s approval ratings continue to plummet, potentially setting the stage for a rematch against former President Trump. Many recent polls show Trump leading Biden by a significant margin, with a majority of respondents expressing dissatisfaction with Biden’s handling of the economy and a reluctance to support his candidacy in 2024. These findings paint a challenging picture for Biden as he tries to regain public trust and secure a path to victory in the face of mounting opposition.

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