Digital World Acq (NASDAQ:DWAC) – Trump or Biden as Next President?…

Digital World Acq (NASDAQ:DWAC) – Trump or Biden as Next President?…


Former President donald trump and the current President Joe Biden shouldn’t seek a second term in 2024, but the former US leader’s support base among Republicans is still firm, a recent poll found.

What happened: The survey conducted by new Harvard CAPS/Harris stated that 67% of respondents said Biden should not seek another term, reported the hill.

Half reportedly said Biden was a bad president, while 30% said he was too old for the job as he would be 84 when he takes the oath again.

For Trump, 57% said he should not run again. 36% of respondents said he was too “erratic,” 33% said he would divide the country, and 31% pointed to the former leader’s role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, Hill said.
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Why it matters: The poll was conducted between Sept. 7 and 8, according to Hill, among 1,885 respondents, all of whom were registered voters.

Republicans remain loyal to Trump, with 59% saying they would vote for him in the 2024 primary.

Florida governor Ron DeSantis received the support of 17% of GOP voters, according to the poll.

When choosing between Biden and Trump, 45% of pollsters preferred Trump, while 42% chose Biden, The Hill reported.

In the event of an agreement between the Vice Presidentst Kamala Harris and Trump would reportedly vote 47% for the latter and 40% for the former.

Last week, a poll found that the majority of Americans don’t want Trump to run for president again, but at the same time it also showed that his support base remained intact.

Trump himself shared a poll recently on Truth Social, which showed he was three states ahead of Biden.

Truth Social is part of Trump media and technology group and is to go public through a merger Digital World Acquisition Corp. DWAC.

Continue reading: Top Trump advisors see phones confiscated as Justice Department issues nearly 40 subpoenas to expand probe into Capitol riots: NYT

Photo courtesy: Joe Biden on Flickr


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