Trump/DeSantis Is 8 Points Ahead of Biden/Harris, Poll Shows

According to a recent survey, if the 2024 presidential general election were held today, more probable U.S. voters would choose the Trump-DeSantis ticket than the Biden-Harris one.

By a margin of 51% to 43%, respondents to a Rasmussen Reports-Political Media survey favored the prospective Republican team over the likely Democrat ticket.

The survey provides valuable information into the 2024 race, according to Constitutional Rights PAC chairman and founder Larry Ward. When pitted directly against Biden, Trump comes out on top. But the ticket becomes much more potent with DeSantis’s addition.

The survey indicated that the majority of people saw the border problem as an important issue. 

According to a recent poll, over 52% of Hispanic voters think that former president Donald Trump and Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is exploring a 2024 presidential candidacy, would do a better job of handling the situation than Biden and Harris. 

The poll surveyed 1,050 likely voters between April 27 and May 2, and its margin of error was 3%.

An opinion poll released on Sunday shows the 45th president enjoys increasing support from minorities and that Trump and DeSantis,  two possible Republican candidates for 2024, are poised to beat President Joe Biden. That bodes poorly for the incumbent in his reelection bid.

According to a Langer Research Associates/ABC News survey, Biden’s popularity among black and Hispanic Americans is declining while Trump’s is increasing.

Black American approval of Biden has dropped to 52% from 82% when he first took office. But over one-third of blacks and nearly half of Hispanics believe they would cast their votes for Donald J. Trump in 2024. 

Trump received 32% of the Hispanic vote and just 12% of the black vote in 2020.

Biden trails Trump, 38 percent to 44 percent, with 12 percent of people uncertain in a potential battle for 2024.

 When Americans who are on the fence are asked who they support, Trump receives 49% support compared to Biden’s 42%.