The results of a new poll this week show that media narratives are being changed in multiple ways, which bodes badly for Democrats in 2022/24.
The poll shows that the majority of American voters think former President Donald Trump is a superior Commander-in Chief than Joe Biden. It also shows Trump squeezing Biden in an hypothetical election rematch.
These are the results of a Harvard-Harris survey.
According to a Harvard-Harris/Hill Poll, Trump could beat Biden 46-40 in a possible 2024 rematch. Trump is +5.4 in 6 polls over the past 11 weeks. https://t.co/GuSEE7uAdv
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) January 25, 2022
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Trump Is a Better President than Biden: More Voters Believe So
The poll asked participants who they thought was or “has been” a better president: former President Donald Trump or current President Joe Biden.
52 percent believed Trump to be a superior White House leader.
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47% said Biden was a better leader than them.
Biden is now six points ahead of Trump.
Harvard-Harris also surveyed respondents about a possible 2024 presidential election matchup between Trump and Biden. Trump led there also by six points, with 46 percent to Biden’s 40 percent.
According to RealClearPolitics average of all polls on Tuesday, Biden’s approval rating is down double digits at -14.4.
According to the Harvard/Harris poll, Biden has 39% less approval. A new record low. pic.twitter.com/zykWZ9PlTg
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) January 25, 2022
Biden in the Dog House
This poll was conducted between January 19-20 2022. 1,815 registered voters participated in the survey.
The New York Post reported on Sunday about a recent Fox News poll that had similar bad news for Biden: “Six in 10 Americans would vote for someone other than President Biden if the 2024 presidential election was held today — a rate higher than his predecessors Barack Obama and Donald Trump, according to a poll released Sunday.”
“Asked if the election were held today, 60 percent said they would ‘probably’ or ‘definitely’ vote for someone else, compared to 36 percent who said they would ‘definitely’ or ‘probably’ re-elect Biden, the survey by Fox News broadcasts” the Post noted.
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The report continued, “Fifty-two percent said they would vote for someone other than Trump if it were February 2020, and 51 percent said they would select somebody other than Obama if it were August 2011. The survey also shows the deep dissatisfaction Americans feel for Biden’s handling of the economy, the COVID-19 pandemic, border security and foreign policy.”