A new poll shows former President Donald Trump beating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the 2024 matchup.
A Harvard CAPS-Harris poll released Friday found that 46 percent of likely voters would vote for Trump and 41 percent said they would go for Biden. 13 percent said they were undecided about who they would vote for.
“By a wide margin, 49 percent of respondents would vote for Trump and 39 percent would vote for Harris if the 2024 contest was between the two. Thirteen percent were unsure or didn’t know,” The Hill, which exclusively obtained the poll results, reported.
Trump also dominated the Republican primaries. The Hill reported that in a hypothetical eight-way primary, “37 percent of respondents would vote for Trump, while 19 percent would support Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), whose support has dropped from previous polls.”
“Seven percent will vote for former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, the second significant Republican to formally launch a presidential bid and challenge Trump first,” the report said. “Surveys show that Haley gained some momentum this week after announcing what was considered a successful presidential campaign, potentially rising to third place in a GOP primary that doesn’t feature Trump.”
A similar poll by the same firm conducted in January had Haley’s support at just three percent.
Biden’s current approval rating is stuck at just 42 percent.
The Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll was conducted Feb. 15-16 and surveyed 1,838 registered voters. It is a collaboration of Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies and the Harris Poll.