Biden UNDER Water: Shocking Latest 2024 Poll Numbers

The race for the 2024 presidential election is already heating up, with former President Donald Trump remaining the front-runner for the GOP nomination. According to recent public opinion surveys, Trump leads the pack among potential Republican nominees.

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden’s approval rating remains in negative territory, with 44% approval and 52% disapproval in the latest national surveys. This marks a significant drop from his early months in office, when his approval ratings hovered in the low to mid 50s.

Biden’s declining popularity is attributed to his handling of the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, as well as a surge in COVID-19 cases and rising inflation. His approval ratings slightly rebounded last summer and fall, but remain far below those of his three most recent two-term predecessors.

Trump’s approval ratings were also low during his presidency, with 44%-53% in mid-February 2019. He announced his candidacy for the White House in November 2022, shortly after the midterm elections.

In the latest GOP nomination polls, Trump leads with 46% support, followed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis at 30%. Former Vice President Mike Pence, who is expected to launch a presidential campaign later this year, has 6% support, while former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who recently launched her campaign, has 5% support.

Despite the early polling data, it is still early in the election cycle, with the primary and caucus calendar more than eleven months away. Furthermore, the 2024 general election is still 21 months away, and the outcome of the race may change dramatically in the coming months.

It is important to keep in mind that polling data can be highly variable and should be viewed with skepticism. As the campaign season progresses, candidates’ positions may shift and the public’s opinions may change. The ultimate outcome of the 2024 election remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: it will be a highly contested and closely watched race.