The 2024 presidential election season will be here sooner than most people think. As it stands today, many Americans are looking forward to the next opportunity to determine who leads the country as president.
Under current leadership, the United States has struggled in multiple areas of life. Everything is more expensive while certain resources and services are harder to come upon.
Right now, much of the country is focused on the 2022 midterms and determining which party is going to dominate the House and Senate going forward.
Now, new polling is out about the 2024 presidential election, as reported by Newsmax. Though the specific details from this poll may be surprising to some.
The Latest Polling on the 2024 Presidential Election
According to data from USA Today/Suffolk University, more than six in ten Americans don’t want Joe Biden or Donald Trump running for reelection in 2024. However, in a scenario where 2024 was a rematch of the past presidential election, Biden leads with 46% to Trump’s 42%.
Right now, it remains to be seen whether or not either one seeks reelection in 2024. Both candidates have hinted at it. Though it’s still a bit early for anyone to formally declare themselves as presidential candidates, due to campaign finance reasons.
Americans' message to Biden and Trump: Please don't run again. A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll examines attitudes on 2024.
— USA TODAY Politics (@usatodayDC) October 28, 2022
Getting into 2023, Americans can expect various Republicans and Democrats to announce whether or not they’ll be running in the upcoming election.
A Chance For New Candidates
The 2024 presidential election could be one of the most interesting White House races this country has ever seen. As it stands today, many candidates are believed to be considering runs for the White House.
The governors of California and Illinois have been listed as potential Democratic candidates. Biden, all things considered, may or may not be running for reelection. It’s a matter that he has repeatedly given mixed answers about over a period of time.
Biden narrowly leads Trump in hypothetical matchup that few likely voters want to see: poll https://t.co/8aGMuy6K1O
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 29, 2022
Meanwhile, on the Republican side, the governor of Florida, along with various officials who’ve worked for the federal government, are also viewed as prospects in the next presidential election.
In politics, the conversation about a need for generational change has come up. Many federal-level politicians today are in their 70s and 80s.
This, too, could be a factor in polling that shows most people across the United States don’t want a 2.0 version of the 2020 presidential race.
Americans can look forward to more polling on the next presidential election and its possibilities as 2024 gets closer.
What are your thoughts about the 2024 presidential election? Are there any candidates whom you’d like to see run for president when the time comes?
In the comments area down below, you’re more than welcome to let us know your thoughts about the next White House election, along with who should or should not run for office.This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.