President Donald Trump holds a commanding lead over other potential 2024 GOP presidential hopefuls in Iowa, according to a new survey.
The survey asked likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers who they would support in 2024.
Trump received 55.7 percent of the survey, according to pollster Rick Shaftan of Neighborhood Research and Media.
This leads his next closest possible rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, by more than 40 percent.
DeSantis received 12.3 percent in the survey.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem came in third place at 2.1 percent.
No other candidate gets more than 2 percent and 20.8 percent are undecided.
Prior to the 2024 election, a “red wave” is possible during the upcoming mid-term elections. There is only one year remaining until the midterm elections.
Polls indicate that Democrats are in serious jeopardy of losing control of Congress.
According to a new USA Today/Suffolk University poll, Joe Biden is receiving nearly “rock-bottom approval ratings,” Fox News reports.
Kamala Harris’ numbers are even worse as Democrats trail by a wide margin on the generic congressional ballot.
Only 37.8% of those surveyed approved of Biden’s job performance while 59% disapproved. He is more than 21 points underwater.
Harris received a 27.8% approval rating with 51.2% disapproving of her performance in office, according to USA Today/Suffolk University. This is more than 23 percentage points underwater, the report adds.
Public Opinion Strategies pollster Glen Bolger confirmed that they can track election outcomes based on presidential polling with close accuracy.
With Biden’s sinking approval, Democrats are likely to lose about the 41 seats Trump lost, Washington Examiner reports.
This is 34 more seats than the GOP needs to take control of the House of Representatives. Polls reveal that many Americans are furious with Joe Biden.
Biden is forcing private employees to receive the coronavirus vaccine via a shot in the arm. This “new federal vaccine requirement” impacts as many as 100 million Americans.
Biden also insulted the American people by saying they’re stupid if they choose not to receive the vaccine. “You’re not nearly as smart as I thought you were,” Biden said to those who were unvaccinated in July of 2021.
Following Biden’s disastrous handling of the U.S. troop withdrawal, the catastrophe at the southern border, and the surge in coronavirus cases, polls show how the American people feel about his job performance.
Biden’s approval rating has been in decline since May. More Americans disapprove of Biden than at any other point in his presidency, according to a YouGov survey.
Democrats reportedly have hope to turn the situation around based on their plan to significantly increase social welfare and infrastructure spending.