55% of the Democrats in favor of Joe Biden’s continuation, Trump secures a 2% lead over Biden in the latest national survey

55% of the Democrats in favor of Joe Biden’s continuation, Trump secures a 2% lead over Biden in the latest national survey

Majority of the Democrats have voted in favor of permitting US President Joe Biden to continue in office for a second term. The upcoming US Presidential Election may also witness a higher voter turnout. Further, both the leading candidates have an overwhelming number of supporters who have made up their mind to vote for the candidates of their choice. This survey has been conducted by Survey USA with a sample size of 3300 adult citizens. Of the 3300 adults, 2831 were identified as registered voters.

All the findings have been revealed by the agency after it conducted a survey. This survey was conducted after the first US Presidential Debate and before Joe Biden delivered a speech in North Carolina. Overall, 45% of the voters are in favor of Trump as compared to only 43% who favor Biden.

Also Read: Tour de France live updates: Biniam Girmay becomes first black African to grab stage win, Mark Cavendish misses out on record, how to watch live in US

Have the voters decided on their favorite candidate?

83% of the registered voters who have chosen a candidate said that they will be voting for that particular candidate and this included 86% of Trump’s supporters and 87% of Biden’s supporters. Among the other candidates, only 40% of the voters expressed their interest in voting for third party candidates. 55% of the third-party voters said that they may vote for other candidates. As compared to this, only 12% of Trump’s supporters and 11% of Biden’s supporters said that they may vote for the other candidates.

Are Trump and Biden capable enough to lead the country?

48% of the voters felt that Trump is capable of being the next president while only 29% felt that Biden is up to the job. 45% of the voters said that Trump is incapable of entering office whereas 57% of the respondents said that Biden is not fit enough to become the US president. 94% of Trump’s voters said that he is capable of being the president whereas only 64% of Biden’s supporters feel that he is fit to hold office.

Should Biden be replaced on the ballot box?

This was a question posed only to Democrats. 55% of them said that Biden should continue to contest the upcoming election and only 34% of the them said that he should let another candidate contest the poll.

Who is likely to replace Biden?

If Biden does not step aside, 57% of the respondents said that he should be permitted to continue and 33% said that he should be replaced. This is yet again a question that was posed only to registered democrats.Also Read: Oshi no Ko season 2 release date, time, episodes: Where and how to watch Episode 1 in USA?

Among the candidates to replace Biden, 43% said that US Vice-President Kamala Harris is a good choice. 16% of them said that California Governor Gavin Newsom was an ideal candidate. There were other choices too.

FAQs:

When is the national convention of the Democratic Party?
The party convention will be held from August 19-22, 2024. It will be held in the city of Chicago. Further, Biden is likely to be declared as the official presidential nominee of the Democrats.

When is the national convention of the Republican Party?
The Republican National Convention will take place from July 15-18, 2024. Donald Trump is likely to be declared as the official presidential nominee of the party.

Disclaimer Statement: This content is authored by a 3rd party. The views expressed here are that of the respective authors/ entities and do not represent the views of Economic Times (ET). ET does not guarantee, vouch for or endorse any of its contents nor is responsible for them in any manner whatsoever. Please take all steps necessary to ascertain that any information and content provided is correct, updated, and verified. ET hereby disclaims any and all warranties, express or implied, relating to the report and any content therein.

Related Articles