A new survey by the Harvard-Harris Poll released on Friday suggested that former President Donald Trump will dominate the primary race for the Republican presidential nomination and defeat incumbent US President Joe Biden to become the president of the world’s largest economy.
If it happened today, Trump would lead the Republican nomination – garnering 52% of voter support, while another Grand Old Party (GOP) contender and Florida governor Ron DeSantis would garner just 12%.
According to surveys, biopharmaceutical entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy rounds out the top three with 10% support.
It also indicated that 80-year-old Biden would be defeated by 77-year-old Trump by a 45 to 40% margin in a head-to-head fight – with 16% of significant voters not sure about the candidate, a higher 47 to 38% margin over Vice President Harris.
The survey shows that there is great dissatisfaction with both major party candidates, however, with 70% of voters hungry for another option. new york post Report highlighted.
If at any time Donald Trump — who is facing two indictments on charges of paying secret money to adult film star Stormy Daniels and mishandling classified documents after leaving the Oval Office — drops out of the race, DeSantis will be the front-runner from the GOP.
The poll results show that a total of 68% of US citizens think President Biden is “showing he is too old to be president,” as videos of him stuttering and falling have emerged.
About 66% were of the opinion that Biden should not run for a second term.
According to the survey, people care a lot about the economic issues the country is facing with rising inflation and rising cost of living, as people appeared pessimistic about the economic conditions.
According to the survey, the survey was conducted on July 19-20 in which 2,068 registered voters were surveyed.