Trump leads 47% to 43%, worrying some Democrats, while others warn against “crazy poll sickness”

Trump’s Surprising Lead in 2024 Joe Biden leads national polls for the 2024 presidential election in a poll released Saturday, a day after President Donald Trump called his predecessor “despicable” at an event in California. It was shown that

A Wall Street Journal poll shows Mr. Biden’s approval rating is the lowest of his presidency, and the results come less than a year after voters go to the polls. The findings are broadly consistent with other recent studies that have raised concerns among researchers.

The results show Trump leading Biden by 4 points, 47% to 43%, in a head-to-head showdown for the White House, likely in 2024. He said that this poll was the first to show that former President Trump has an advantage. W.S.J.

Including the five potential third-party and independent candidates, all with 17% support, increases Trump’s lead to six points, 37-31.

Mr. Biden has expressed his desire to run for a second term, but many within the Democratic Party fear his aging and want him to step down — if Mr. Biden wins the election. Biden is 81 years old today, and he fears he will be 86 after eight years in the White House. For the Times to win the next year, voters will turn away.

The president’s son Hunter Biden was indicted on nine criminal tax charges in California on Thursday, creating another hurdle in his path to re-election

Meanwhile, Trump is vying for the Republican nomination. Despite winning by almost 1,000 points, RealClearPolitics says he is not a chaser, despite having a 50-point lead, mainly due to his own various legal issues. The candidate, who himself will be 78 on election day, remains at risk from four concurrent criminal cases against him, some of them accusing him of illegal efforts to overturn Biden’s 2020 victory. It was something to do with.

Trump's Surprising Lead in 2024
Trump’s Surprising Lead in 2024

At a fundraiser Friday night, Biden condemned Trump’s actions during the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the Capitol, when his supporters tried to block Congress from certifying the election results. did.

“It’s despicable. “It’s just despicable,” Biden said in front of California Governor Gavin Newsom and former Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

He also noted that during President Trump’s interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity this week, he was asked whether he would abuse his power if re-elected. “The other day, he said he would be a dictator someday. God, just for one day! Biden said he doesn’t reject political violence, but rather welcomes it.

His speech is He focused primarily on the threat posed to democracy by President Trump and avoided mentioning the Israel-Gaza war. “You’re the reason Donald Trump is a former president, or, as you may hate me to say, a defeated president,” he told an audience of Democrats. He will not attend the inauguration ceremony.”