Trump Would Beat Biden if the Next Presidential Election Were Held Today

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Aug 19, 2021   |   10:53AM   |   Washington, DC

President Trump would beat Joe Biden if the 2024 presidential election were held today, according to a new national poll from Rasmussen. The new survey also shows many Biden supporters regret voting for the abortion advocate, who is currently facing an international crisis of his own doing in Afghanistan.

As the Washington Examiner reports:

By a six-point margin, 43%-37%, likely voters would pick Trump over Biden “if the next presidential election were held today.”

The details of the survey, which samples more Democrats than Republicans, showed that Trump would win more women and blacks than he did in 2020 when he lost to Biden, 46.8%-51.3%.

A sizable 14% would choose “some other candidate,” though none were named.

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Despite showing Trump edging Biden in an election today, most told Rasmussen that they do not regret their 2020 vote. Some 89% said so, led by 95% of Republicans. For Democrats, it was less, 87%.

With 13 percent of Democrats saying they regret their vote, that would be clearly enough to swing a presidential election in Trump’s favor or in favor of a nother pro-life candidate like Governor Ron DeSantis.

Real-world results also show a change of heart and direction away from Biden.

A Republican candidate for state senate in Connecticut flipped a seat where then-candidate Joe Biden won by just over 25% during the 2020 presidential election.

Ryan Fazio, a member of Greenwich, Connecticut’s Representative Town Meeting, defeated Alexis Gevanter, a gun control advocate who had never before held public office on Tuesday by less than three percentage points in the wealthy, suburban 36th State Senate District. Republicans are hailing the victory as a preview of the 2022 congressional midterms, and are hoping that it will signal their continued viability with suburban voters.

Gevanter also supported universal absentee voting and state funding for Planned Parenthood.