Democrats and members of the media are sounding the alarm on the prospect of a Donald Trump victory in 2024, suggesting that Biden’s dismal messaging and poll numbers may see him exiting the White House next November. According to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll released on October 23, 37% of registered voters said they would support Biden and 36% would support Trump. A substantial majority said they either disapproved (15%) or strongly disapproved (41%) of Biden’s job performance.
‘But there’s rising crime around the country, the economy is lousy regardless of what Biden says, Biden is seen as old and Kamala Harris is not really liked at all.’ Sheinkopf added. ‘If the election was held tomorrow, Trump would win.’ A new Monmouth University poll released in early October revealed a massive gap in the level of concern from voters over President Biden’s advanced age versus former President Trump’s.
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New Hampshire Democrats launch write-in campaign for BidenJack Birle is a breaking news reporter for the Washington Examiner. A 2022 graduate of Villanova University with majors in communication and political science, he has previous journalism experience with the Center Square and as a fellow with the National Journalism Center. He was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in Southern California. Read more ⮕
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Democrats launch write-in campaign for Biden in N.H.Joe Biden’s supporters are working to avoid an embarrassment in New Hampshire, where his name will not be on the ballot. Read more ⮕
New Hampshire’s presidential primary ballots will have 24 Republicans and 21 Democrats, but no BidenThe stage is set for the New Hampshire presidential primary, even though the date hasn’t been picked yet. For the past two weeks, candidates have been arriving at the secretary of state’s office in Concord to fill out their paperwork and pay the $1,000 filing fee to get on the ballot. Read more ⮕