Former President Donald Trump has a substantial 10-point lead over his anticipated rival for the 2024 White House race, according to recent polling.
A Washington Post-ABC News poll indicates that Democrat Biden is struggling to engage with the public.
Dissatisfaction is growing regarding his handling of the economy and immigration, with an increasing number of people believing that the U.S. is overly involved in supporting Ukraine in its conflict with Russia. (Trending: Joe Biden Created A Disaster He Can’t Solve)
Trump speaks with media ahead of his speech:
"We're leading by a lot according to the Washington Post. Biden is the worst president in the history of our country so we have to change it." pic.twitter.com/pYyF4vQSf8
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 25, 2023
Biden’s overall job approval rating has plummeted by 19 points, with his ratings for managing the economy and immigration hitting career lows.
The survey asked respondents about their approval or disapproval of Trump’s performance as president, with 48 percent approving and 49 percent disapproving. This 48 percent approval rating is 10 points higher than when he left office in January 2021 and exceeds most of his presidency’s approval ratings.
Additionally, the survey highlights widespread dissatisfaction with economic conditions, with roughly three in four Americans expressing dissatisfaction with the economy. Negative ratings were also received for gas and energy prices (87 percent) and food prices (91 percent). (Trending: Thanks to Biden, America Is Speeding Toward Great Depression)
The survey indicates declining faith in Biden’s handling of the immigration crisis at the southern border. Only 23 percent approve of his approach, while 62 percent disapprove, representing a deterioration in public sentiment since February.
🇺🇲 2024 GE: ABC/WP POLL (A)
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(R) Trump 52% (+10)
(D) Biden 42%
(R) Trump 52% (+13)
(D) Biden 39%
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) September 24, 2023
20 percent strongly approve of Biden’s overall performance, while 45 percent strongly disapprove. Furthermore, 74 percent believe he is too old for a second term. (Trending: Biden Shamefully Vetoes Bill For U.S. Military)
The survey also reveals a shift in public opinion regarding U.S. support for Ukraine.
Americans believe that the United States is doing too much to assist Ukraine (41 percent), while 31 percent believe the level of support is appropriate, and 18 percent think it is insufficient.