A rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in 2024 feels inevitable.
That looks like bad news for Democrats.
And Joe Biden got stuck with devastating news about Trump leading him in a key 2024 poll.
Joe Biden’s plunging poll numbers are not just confined to his job approval rating.
Biden’s created crisis after crisis on the border as a record number of 1.7 million illegal aliens attempted to invade America and on inflation where prices skyrocketed at the fastest rate in over a decade.
In 2020, Joe Biden not being “Orange Man Bad” was enough for some key swing voters.
But now that Joe Biden would run for re-election in 2024 with a record, Americans are looking back at the Trump years and realizing that the corporate media sold them a bill of goods through a series of lies, hoaxes, fake news and conspiracy theories designed to sabotage Trump’s presidency.
The TIPP poll, which was one of the most accurate pollsters in the 2016 and 2020 cycle, showed large swaths of Americans experiencing buyer’s remorse as Donald Trump led Joe Biden among voters that cast a ballot in 2020 in every region of the country save the Midwest.
“Trump leads in the Midwest (45.9% vs. 44.9%), the South (45.8% vs. 44.6), and the West (42.4% vs. 39.7%). Biden leads Trump in the Northeast 53.6% to 39.1%,” TIPP wrote of their poll.
Most ominous for Democrats, TIPP found Trump leading Biden among women,suburban, independent and married women that voted in 2020.
“Trump now leads Biden among those aged 45-64 (45.8% support Trump vs. 41.8% Biden), those 65 and older (50.7% vs. 39.3%), women (44.9% vs. 41.9%), Whites (50.2% vs. 38.4%), independent voters (46.2% vs. 36.9%), suburban voters (47% vs. 39.4%) and rural voters (54.8% vs. 37.2%), and married women (52.2% vs 40.0%),” the TIPP polling memo read.
Joe Biden won moderate voters handily in 2020 after Trump won them in 2016.
But as Joe Biden continues to spend trillions of dollars on socialist welfare programs, and embracing woke mobs and identity politics,it proved Biden was nothing more than a puppet for the radical left.
And that led moderates to swing back to Trump.
“Moderates, often identified with independents and other key swing voters, tacked on 5.8 percentage points to their overall support of Trump, from 32.4% to 38.2%,” TIPP wrote.
One of the biggest swings away from Biden was with married women as the Democrats’ support for mask mandates and critical race theory in schools alienated parents as the pandemic opened their eyes to the radical nature of the left’s takeover of local school boards.
“Among married women, often viewed as a heavily influential voting group, the shift toward Trump was particularly notable: In September, this group favored Biden (42.4%) to Trump (42.1%). In October, they gave Trump 53.2% of their vote, versus just 40% for Biden, a huge swing,” TIPP added.
Biden’s failures registered across racial ones as Trump saw an increase in black and Hispanic support.
Contrary to the claims of the corporate media, Biden’s open borders policies alienate working class voters of all races as the Democrats inviting in mobs of illegal aliens creates a public safety crisis and drives down wages for working Americans.
“Moreover, even among those who still favored Biden in October, Trump realized some significant gains. Among Black voters, for instance, Trump moved from 18.1% support in September to 20.3% in October…
…Among Hispanic voters, the fastest-growing voting bloc in the U.S., Trump gained a hefty 14.6 percentage points, from 24.2% to 38.8%. That’s more than the 33% of the Hispanic vote that Trump garnered in the 2020 election.”
Democrats are quietly panicking about these poll numbers.
While the 2024 election is still three years away Biden is pressing forward with a socialist agenda that will only cause inflationary pressures on the economy to increase and the border crisis to spiral further out of control.
And that reality – combined with poor poll numbers – could cause Democrats to hunt around for a new candidate in 2024.
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