A New Poll adds to Good news for GOP and Trump in Years 22, 24
A new Emerson University polling shows lots of good news for Republicans in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections, as well as former President Donald Trump if he runs for re-election in 2024.
“Not only did the Republicans lead by more than 5 points in the general election over the Democrats, but former President Donald Trump also holds a 3-point advantage over President Joe Biden in the hypothetical 2024 presidential race, the 2024 presidential race. poll shows,” Newsmax report cites the results.
In the 2022 midterm elections, registered voters were asked whether they would vote for the Republican or Democratic congressional nominee:
- Republican Party 47.1%.
- Democrat 41.8%.
- Undecided 11.2%.
Trump would be in a great position if the presidential election were held by the time the polls opened in Emerson:
- Trump 44.9%.
- Biden 41.9%.
- Others 11.1%.
- Undecided 2.1%.
“Biden struggles among independents: Only 28% approve of the job he’s doing, while 64% disapprove,” said Emerson pollster Spencer Kimball. note in the third analytical survey.
He continued: “When you look at the general midterm congressional ballot, the independents are 28% for Democrats, 42% for Republicans, and 31% undecided.
Trump, in an instance, has a 12-point lead against Biden in the polls:
• Trump partly or very favorably 59 percent
• Biden somewhat or very favorably 47 percent
“Notable demographic differences include region and education,” added Kimball. Trump leads Biden by 47% to 38% among suburban voters and 59 percent to 35 percent among rural voters, while Biden has 54% to 30% support among urban and urban voters.
“In terms of education, Trump leads among those without a college degree, 51% to 33%, while Biden leads among those with a college degree or higher 52% to 37%.”
That’s simply the most recent survey data indicates that Democrats and Biden are in the dangerous political territory.
According to the average of polls collected by RealClearPolitics, Trump had higher approval ratings earlier this week than Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris, the latter of whom is in the same boat as Trump and Biden.