According to the Messenger/HarrisX online survey released on Nov. 20th, Trump is beating Biden 47% to 40% among registered voters, while 13% of respondents remain undecided, with a little less than one year to go to the 2024 election.
According to the GOP survey, Independents favored Trump over Biden at 45% to 32%, with 23% remaining undecided, and the former president also led among the crucial voting bloc in a four-way race with third-party candidates Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornel West on the ballot.
Biden also trailed Trump by seven points in a four-way matchup, with independents Kennedy and West receiving 14% and 2% support, respectively, and 11% were unsure of their choice.
In a recent survey from Emerson College/7 News taken of likely New Hampshire voters, voters in general preferred President Biden over Trump in a hypothetical matchup, with the President grabbing 47% of voters and Trump getting 42%. In a matchup between Biden and DeSantis, the president leads with 46% to DeSantis’ 38%.
In the New Hampshire poll, only Nikki Haley beat President Biden.
In the latest poll from Suffolk University/USA Today third-party candidate Robert F. Kennedy won 13% of the vote in a hypothetical 3-way match-up, drawing voters who by 2-1 said they would otherwise support the probable Republican nominee.
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