STRONG DON, WEAK JOE: Majority of GOP Want Trump 2024, Only One-Third of Dems Want Biden

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.03.22

According to a I&I/TIPP Polls survey released this week, former President Donald Trump is enjoying significantly more support from his party than Biden is from his fellow donkeys; the survey asked both Democrats and Republicans who they would vote for if their respective presidential primary were held today.

From Breitbart News:

Biden failed to garner a majority of  support, as roughly one-third of Democrats — 34 percent — said they would choose him. Former first lady Michelle Obama came in second with 11 percent support, followed by Vice President Kamala Harris (10 percent), Sen. Bernie Sanders (7 percent), Hillary Clinton (5 percent), and Pete Buttigieg and Gov. Gavin Newsom, both of whom garnered four percent each. No other candidate came close, but 11 percent of Democrats said they remain unsure of who they would support.

Biden’s 34 percent, however, is a four-percent uptick from the 30 percent who said the same in August’s survey.

Unlike Biden, Trump has significantly more support from his base, as 54 percent of Republicans said they would vote for him in the GOP primary. That is up from the 53 percent who said the same in August, prior to the FBI’s unprecedented Mar-a-Lago raid.

No other Republican comes close, as Gov. Ron DeSantis came in second with 15 percent, followed by former Vice President Mike Pence (8 percent). No other Republican saw anything over two percent.Ten percent of Republicans, however, said they remain unsure.

The survey concludes that Biden is “weak across the board within his own constituency, the Democrats.” Trump, however, does not have that issue.

More over at Breitbart News:

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