Neither Trump nor Biden? Polls show where voters stand for the top 2024 presidential candidates

Several early polls show that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is the 2024 presidential nominee most GOP voters want, while Americans would like to see someone other than President Biden as the Democratic nominee in the next cycle.

According to a recent Marquette Law School poll, 63% of voters would prefer DeSantis as a GOP choice over former President Donald Trump, who garnered just 36% support in the poll.

Among Republican-identified respondents, DeSantis — who has not said he is interested in running for president in 2024 — secured a 10-point lead over the former president, earning 55% support versus 45% for Trump. The Marquette Law School poll was conducted Nov. 15-22 with an error rate of 3.7 percentage points.

Another 2024 poll conducted by The Marist Poll found that 52% of Republicans believe the GOP has the best chance of winning the next presidential election if a candidate other than Trump runs his candidacy for 2024 had announced in mid-November, the ballot paper was in the General. About 46 percent of Democrats believe their party’s best chance of staying in power is with a candidate other than Biden.

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President Biden, right, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
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A November Marist poll showed a rising number of voters wanting a Democratic nominee other than Biden in 2024. About 54% of respondents said they want a Democratic candidate other than Biden in 2024, up 10 points from an October Marist poll that found 44% would not want Biden as a candidate.

The Marist survey was conducted November 14-16. The margin of error among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents is plus or minus 6.5 percentage points, while the margin of error for Republicans and Republican-leaning independents was 6.9 percentage points.


A Quinnipiac University poll found that 43% of voters would like to see DeSantis as a Republican candidate, while just 29% want Trump to represent the party in 2024. Republican voters were evenly split between the two candidates, 44% versus 44%. , between who they want to win the next cycle of GOP elementary school.

After Trump announced he would run for a third presidential bid, 57% of adults in the poll said it was a bad move by the former president, while 34% supported the decision.

Though 68% of Americans say Biden shouldn’t seek re-election, the poll found voters have a more positive opinion of the Democrat than alleged 2024 opponent Vice President Kamala Harris, 38% to 28%. Quinnipiac University’s poll has an error rate of 2.5 percentage points and was conducted Nov. 16-20.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has not announced whether he will run for president in 2024.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has not announced whether he will run for president in 2024.
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A Fox News poll found that the majority of registered voters, 54%, would vote for a candidate other than Biden in 2024, while 33% would seek to re-elect the president. The Fox News poll was conducted Oct. 9-12 with an error margin of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.

A July poll by Suffolk University, which asked voters who they would rather see running for president than Biden, found Vice President Harris and Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., took first place, both receiving 18% support. About 16% said they would like to see Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg in the next cycle.

Former President Donald Trump announced in November that he would run for president again in 2024.

Former President Donald Trump announced in November that he would run for president again in 2024.
(Andrew Harnik)

Among other frontrunners for the 2024 presidential election, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., received 11% support; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., was the preferred candidate for 10% of voters; and Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., secured 8% support. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also received 8% support for another White House candidacy in the summer poll.

The Suffolk poll was conducted July 22-25 with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.


Neither Biden nor DeSantis have announced a run for the presidency.

Fox News’ Victoria Balara contributed to this report.

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