Trump beats Biden in major 2024 hypothetical matchup polls

 September 18, 2023

President Joe Biden continues to plummet in the polls, and can't seem to muster support from people who voted for him over Trump in the 2020 election.

It's not difficult to determine why that is. Most working-class Americans can barely afford to keep food on the table and gas in the tank, and are fully aware of the failure known as "Bidenomics."

As the 2024 general election draws near, Biden is already showing signs of extreme weakness in multiple hypothetical polls that pit him against former President Donald Trump, who continues to gain momentum despite facing multiple indictments and a mountain of civil lawsuits.

According to the bombshell results of recent CBS News/YouGov poll and Harvard-Harris polls, Trump is already besting Biden in hypothetically general election showdowns, reported Breitbart.

The outlet noted:

The CBS News/YouGov poll released Sunday shows that 50 percent of 4,002 U.S. adults sampled would vote for Trump in a rematch of the 2020 presidential election while 49 percent would back Biden. Just one percent of voters are undecided in such a scenario.

Those numbers undoubtedly have the White House and Biden's 2024 campaign team in a full-on panic, as they probably expected the polls to tell a vastly different tale given the former president's legal woes.

Even those who do believe Biden will edge out the former president for a win next year, only about a third believe he has the ability to finish out a second term in the White House.

Biden has been increasingly called out by usually friendly legacy media outlets regarding his continued and increased frequency of gaffes and "senior moments," which don't exactly inspire voters to believe he's the right person for the job.

His age, 80, is a major factor, and has even led many to call for age limits for the presidency and other high offices.

Breitbart added:

Registered voter respondents were also asked if they find Trump and Biden to be physically and mentally healthy enough to serve as president, finding that only 28 percent of voters think Biden is physically well enough, while most say the 45th president is.

Some Democrats, who are too scared to go on record, have reportedly expressed concerns behind the curtains as far as Biden's ability to run a presidential campaign, inspire voters, and beat a strong Republican opponent like Trump.

As far as the nomination, Trump is still seen as the clear frontrunner to represent the Republican Party next year, as he dominates virtually all state and national polls.