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Poll finds 64% of Americans DON’T want Biden to run for office again in 2024 – 55% say no to Trump

Just go, Joe! Shocking poll shows 64% of Americans DO NOT want Biden, 79, to run again in 2024 — but it’s bad news for Trump, too, as 55% urge him to delay second White House bid

  • 21% said Biden should be up and running again in 2024, and 15% said they remain unsure
  • 31% said Trump should run again in 2024, and 14% said they remain unsure
  • The poll found that if an election between the two presidents were held today, Trump would narrowly win with 42% of voters over Biden’s 39%

A stunning new survey has found that a majority of Americans surveyed do not want President Joe Biden to run for president again in 2024.

And the poll also posed problems for Donald Trump, as he found that a majority of voters didn’t think the former president should stand for re-election.

The poll, conducted by Yahoo! News and the market research agency You Governmentfound that a shocking 64 percent of Americans answered “no” to the question, “Should President Biden run for president again in 2024?”

A meager 21 percent answered yes to the question, and 15 percent said they weren’t sure whether the 79-year-old Biden would have to run again in 2024.

Trump’s numbers were only slightly better, with 55 percent of voters polled saying the 76-year-old should not participate in 2024.

Meanwhile, 31 percent said the former president should run, and 14 percent said they were unsure.

The poll showed that if an election between the two presidents were held today, Trump would narrowly win with 42 percent of voters over Biden’s 39 percent.

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Data from Democratic and Republican voters showed Biden and Trump retain the support of their respective parties — Trump more than his rival.

Overall, 43 percent of Democrats said Biden should rejoin in 2024, 36 percent said he shouldn’t, and 21 percent were unsure.

Two-fifths of those who said Biden would not be allowed to race in two years voted for him in 2020.

Of the voters who opposed a Biden run in 2024, 66 percent were white, 49 percent black and 65 percent Hispanic.

64% of voters polled said Biden should not participate again in 2024.  21% said 79-year-old Biden should, and 15% said they weren't sure

64% of voters polled said Biden should not participate again in 2024. 21% said 79-year-old Biden should, and 15% said they weren’t sure

55% of voters polled said Trump should not re-enter in 2024.  31% said they should, and 14% said they remain unsure

55% of voters polled said Trump should not re-enter in 2024. 31% said they should, and 14% said they remain unsure

Trump’s command over his party was significantly stronger compared to Biden’s.

A 58 percent majority of Republicans said Trump should rejoin in 2024, while only 25 percent opposed a repeat. 17 percent remained undecided.

Only 21 percent of Republicans who voted for Trump in 2020 said he will not be allowed to participate in 2024.

Voters who didn’t want to see a 2024 Trump ticket were 50 percent white, 75 percent black and 58 percent Hispanic.

A Trump supporter at an event in Memphis, Tennessee, in June 2022. The poll took 1,541 American adults between June 10 and 13

A Trump supporter at an event in Memphis, Tennessee, in June 2022. The poll took 1,541 American adults between June 10 and 13

Trump supporters at a June rally in Memphis, Tennessee.  The poll was conducted amid rising inflation under Biden, and while the House hearings on the Jan. 6 riots were broadcast live.

Trump supporters at a June rally in Memphis, Tennessee. The poll was conducted amid rising inflation under Biden, and while the House hearings on the Jan. 6 riots were broadcast live.

The poll called for 1,541 American adults between June 10 and 13 — just as US inflation has reached its highest level in more than 40 years under Biden’s rule, and as the US House Committee holds public hearings to determine president’s blame. Trump on January 6. , 2021, attack on the US capital.

Thirty-six percent of voters who were in favor of a bid from Biden in 2024 watched the Jan. 6 hearings live, and 24 percent watched the coverage.

Meanwhile, 73 percent who said no to a 2024 Trump ticket watched the Jan. 6 hearings live and 59 percent followed the coverage.

If Biden and Trump face each other in 2024, they would be the oldest candidate list in US history — a record they had set as early as 2020.

Biden would be 81 in November 2024 — and just days away from 82 — and Trump would be 77.

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