LATEST Democratic Poll Will EVEN Surprise You

Passionate Republican voters, it’s time to pay attention to the latest Fox News survey results. Democrats are not enthusiastic about President Joe Biden running for reelection in 2024. In fact, a majority of Democrats prefer “someone else” as their nominee in the upcoming presidential election.

According to the recent Fox News survey, 53 percent of Democrat primary voters do not want Biden to be their nominee in 2024. This is not a good sign for the president, who has been struggling to gain majority support for his reelection bid.

It’s important to note that former President Donald Trump saw far more support from his Republican base at the same point in his presidency, with 72 percent of Republican voters wanting him as the GOP nominee again in 2020. This shows a clear difference in the level of support that the two presidents have received from their respective parties.

The Fox News survey was conducted from February 19-22, 2023, among 1,006 registered voters, and has a margin of error of +/- 4.5 percent. It’s just one of many surveys that have been conducted recently, all pointing to a lack of enthusiasm for Biden among Democrat voters.

A Rasmussen Reports survey released earlier this month found that 56 percent of voters, including Democrats, Republicans, and independents, did not want Biden to run for reelection.

Just 32 percent said they wanted him to run again, with 12 percent remaining unsure. Among Democrats, 53 percent supported the prospect of Biden running for reelection, while one quarter did not.

Another recent Washington Post/ABC News poll asked Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents if they would prefer to nominate Biden or someone else. A majority of 58 percent said they would like to nominate someone else, while less than one-third, 31 percent, said they would want Biden.

Despite these numbers, a recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll found that 50 percent of Democrats believe that the party will have the best chance of winning the presidency in 2024 with Biden at the helm. This shows that there may still be hope for Biden among his own party.

However, it’s important for passionate Republican voters to pay attention to these survey results, especially when compared to the level of support that Trump received from his base. Democrats may not be enthusiastic about their current president, which could lead to a lack of motivation to turn out to vote in the 2024 election.

As we move closer to the 2024 presidential election, it will be interesting to see how these survey results evolve and how they will impact the Democratic and Republican parties. For now, passionate Republican voters can take solace in the fact that Biden is not receiving the same level of support from his party as Trump did from his.