Data from a new survey conducted by the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll reveals that in several hypothetical matchups ahead of the presidential election, Joe Biden would be placed behind Donald Trump and Nikki Haley and even Tim Scott could beat him in next year’s elections, something difficult to assimilate for the Democrats who so far have no other strong option to replace the nation’s leader at the polls.
When asked who they would vote for In a direct confrontation between Trump and Biden, 44% of the people consulted leaned towards the 77-year-old Republican.
Another 40% indicated they supported the current head of the White House; and 15% expressed not being sure who to support on the 2024 ballot.
It should be noted that the information from the exercise to measure citizen opinion is practically similar to another carried out in July by the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University and Harris Poll, the only difference is that the New York magnate in that At the time he had a 1% lead over Biden.
This time, The survey hypothetically chose to confront other Republicans with the current president of the nation and the results do not favor his candidacy to try to be re-elected either.
In the event that the name Nikki Haley, former UN ambassador, will appear as the Republican candidate, the results of the poll point to a victory over the head of the White House, 41% against 37%which would allow a woman to be president of the nation for the first time in history.
However, in this exercise, 21% of the people consulted admitted that they did not yet know who they would support.
However, If Tim Scott, a senator from South Carolina, were named the Republican candidate, the poll data also declared him the winner over Joe Biden by a margin of 39% to 37%.
Here, the margin of indefinition to elect a candidate is 25%, which is a very high value to assume a winner.
Regarding a possible confrontation between the president and Mike Pence, victory would lean towards Democratic re-election with an advantage of 42% against the Republican’s 36%.
Biden could also defeat Ron DeSantis at the polls by a margin of 42% compared to the current governor of Florida’s 38%.
And finally, If the 80-year-old Democrat faces Vivek Ramaswamy, a 38-year-old businessman, victory would go to the long-serving politician.39% compared to 37%.
The Harvard CAPS-Harris poll was conducted Sept. 12-14 with 2,103 registered voters.
Source: La Opinion