What Most Voters Think of a Trump-Biden Rematch

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(FeaturedNews.com) – On Monday, the Decision Desk HQ/NewsNation poll was released which found that the majority of responders were unenthusiastic about a possible 2024 rematch of President Biden and former President Donald Trump.

According to the poll, approximately 59 percent of registered voters were “not too” or “not at all” enthusiastic about the possibility of a rematch, while only 41 percent have stated they are either “somewhat” or “very enthusiastic” about the possibility of the two men facing each other again in the 2024 general election.

On Thursday, Biden argued that Trump’s win in the Iowa caucuses was not significant. He added that Trump only got around “50-some-thousand votes” which is the lowest among any winner had ever got.

Trump and former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley are next heading into the New Hampshire primary election. The Decision Desk HQ/The Hill polling average has found that Haley is currently behind Trump by 11.7 points.

In the poll, responders were also asked who they believed would be the winner in a 2024 rematch between Biden and Trump. According to the poll, only 33 percent of responders believe that Biden would win while 43 percent argued that Trump would be the winner. Around 7 percent stated that they believed someone else would be the winner in the election, while 17 percent stated that they were uncertain of who the winner would be.

The poll included the responses of 1,000 registered voters and was conducted from Jan. 16-18, with a margin of error around 3 to 3.1 percent.

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