Shocking: The Surprising Percentage Of Voters Who Disapprove BOTH Candidates

Hey there, fellow passionate Republican voters! The latest New York Times/Siena College poll has some interesting findings that you might want to know about. It looks like President Biden and former President Trump are neck and neck in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, each with 43% support from registered voters surveyed. But hold on, there’s more to this story!

Both Biden and Trump continue to face high disapproval numbers, with 54% of voters disapproving of Biden and 55% of Trump, according to the same survey. Ouch, not the kind of numbers any of them would like to see. But even with these high unfavorable ratings, they are still the commanding leaders for their respective party’s presidential nomination.

For Trump supporters, there’s some good news! In another New York Times/Siena College poll, Trump received a solid 54% support from GOP primary voters, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis trailing far behind at just 17%. Looks like the base still loves Trump!

However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows for the former president. Trump is currently facing criminal indictments based on allegations that he illegally kept classified documents after leaving the White House. That makes him the first president ever to face a federal indictment. He’s pleaded not guilty, but it’s not a great look for him.

According to the poll, more than half of the voters (51%) think Trump has committed serious federal crimes. Yikes! And 53% believe his actions challenging the 2020 presidential election “”went so far that he threatened American democracy.”” That’s a serious accusation!

On the other side, Biden seems to have a stronger lead in the Democratic primary with 64% support compared to his challengers, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Marianne Williamson. But here’s the kicker – most Democratic voters are still searching for a viable alternative to Biden. Half of those planning to vote in the primary want someone else. They’re not convinced!

Of that half, 39% said Biden’s advanced age of 80 years old was the number one reason they preferred someone else. Another 20% cited Biden’s poor job performance, and 14% just want someone new. Only a measly 5% said Biden’s mental acuity was the reason to seek an alternative.

The White House is trying to brush off concerns about Biden’s age, but it’s hard to ignore the incidents. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, 81 years old himself, had a forgetful moment during a news conference, and that raised some eyebrows about the advanced age of our leaders.

The White House press secretary points to Biden’s record of beating Republicans at the ballot box since 2020 and his handling of the economy as evidence that he’s fit to lead. But it seems not everyone is convinced. Almost half of the voters rated the economy as “”poor,”” and a majority (65%) think the country is headed in the wrong direction.

There you have it, my fellow Republican voters! The 2024 race is shaping up to be an exciting one, with Biden and Trump tied, but both facing challenges. Keep an eye on the developments and let’s see how it all unfolds. Stay engaged and informed – our voices matter!

Source Fox News