politicsTrump Dominates 2024 Presidential Polls in Survey

Trump Dominates 2024 Presidential Polls in Survey

Former President Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in the latest Harvard-Harris 2024 poll, outpacing struggling President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in a survey of  2,050 registered voters.

Trump received 46% of the vote, while Biden received 41%. 13% of respondents were unsure. The gap between Trump and Harris was even wider, with Trump receiving 48% and Harris receiving 40%, with 12% of respondents unsure in the Presidential polls.

Trump also outperformed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in hypothetical matchups against both Biden and Harris. DeSantis led Biden by a mere 3%, with 42% of the vote compared to Biden’s 39%, and 18% of respondents unsure. Against Harris, DeSantis also only led by 3%, with 43% of the vote to Harris’ 40%, and 17% of respondents unsure.

Presidential Polls – Trump vs DeSantis

In the GOP primary, Trump had a commanding 20-percent lead over DeSantis, with 48% of the vote compared to DeSantis’ 28%. No other candidate received double digits in the survey, with former Vice President Mike Pence receiving 7%, and Sen. Marco Rubio, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Tim Scott, and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo each receiving 3%, 1%, and 1% respectively.

In a head-to-head matchup with DeSantis, Trump still led by double digits, with 55% of the vote compared to DeSantis’ 45%. In a head-to-head matchup with Sen. Tim Scott, Trump led by a staggering 75% to 25%.

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The Presidential polls also revealed that protecting Social Security was the top issue for respondents, with 85% saying they wanted a measure to protect it for the next two decades to pass Congress, and only 15% opposed.

Key Issues

This is a key issue that separates Trump from many establishment Republicans, as he has pledged to always protect Social Security, while many have championed efforts to cut it.

This Presidential polls is certainly welcome news for Trump, as it comes after a month of him releasing videos of his policy platform and previewing his vision for a potential return to the White House. It also comes just before his first major early state campaign event next weekend in South Carolina. The survey was conducted between Jan. 18 and Jan. 19.

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