If there is a replay of 2020, 45% of those surveyed in a USA TODAY/Suffolk poll would vote for Biden, 41% for Trump and 6% for “someone else.”
- Half of Democrats don’t want Biden to run; a third of Republicans don’t want Trump to run.
- Florida Gov. DeSantis has emerged as a significant GOP challenger to Trump.
- Democrats post-Biden face a tug-of-war between progressives, moderates.
How about a Joe Biden v. Donald Trump rematch in 2024?
Americans hope not.
While both men have indicated they plan to launch bids for second terms, voters are unenthusiastic about a replay of the 2020 contest. In a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll, 65% of registered voters, including half of Democrats, don’t want President Biden to run for another term. And 68% of voters, including a third of Republicans, don’t want former President Trump to run again.