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According to a poll released Monday, more than 40 percent of Democrats believe their party will have a better chance of winning in 2024 if they replace President Biden.

According to a Marist national poll, 44 percent of Democrats and pro-Democrat independents want another candidate on the ballot, 36 percent want to keep Biden, and 20 percent are unsure.

Fifty percent of Republicans and GOP-leaning independents believe former President Donald Trump will give them the best chance to get the White House back, 35 percent will choose another, and 14 percent don’t know it.

And only 44 percent of Americans approve of what Biden is doing, while 49 percent reject it.

In a poll last month, 45 percent approved and 46 percent rejected.

The Marist poll reflects other recent polls in which Biden’s approval ratings fell in the 40 percent range.

The president’s figures have been looking south since August after questions about his leadership, the legislative agenda in Congress, the administration’s dealing with coronavirus vaccines, and the continuation of the economy after Afghanistan’s chaotic withdrawal.

Speaking at the end of the G20 summit in Rome on Sunday, Biden was not worried about his drowning number.

“By the way, look, the election is going up and down, up and down. They were higher early. Then they became middle. Then go back and now they are low, ”he told reporters.

“Look at every other president. The same thing happened, but not the reason I ran. “I didn’t run to see how well I could run.”

Only 44 percent of Americans approve of what Biden is doing, while 49 percent are dissatisfied.
Former President Donald Trump addressed the rally.
When asked about the fairness of the election, only 33 percent of Republicans believe in the results, 82 percent of Democrats and 68 percent of independents.

However, the poll found that Democrats have a slight advantage in the general Congress race, with 44 percent of registered voters saying they would vote for a Democrat in their constituency, while 41 percent would vote for Republicans.

But that margin has been declining since the poll, which showed Democrats have an eight percent lead.

When asked about the fairness of the election, 62 percent of Americans said they would believe in the results of the 2024 vote even if the candidate loses.

But only 33 percent of Republicans believe in the results, 82 percent of Democrats and 68 percent of independents.

When asked if they believe the election will be fair, 86 percent of Democrats and 60 percent of independents believe it is “big” or “good,” but only 34 percent of Republicans agree.

President Biden looks thoughtful next to the American flag during a joint statement with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Overall, 77 percent of Americans said they still believe in the outcome if a candidate loses.
Former President Donald Trump
Former President Donald Trump is the Republican’s biggest chance to get the White House back among half of Republicans or GOP-leaning independents.

Americans have more confidence in their state and local electoral bodies.

Seventy percent of Americans said they were “very confident” or “confident” in the fairness of their local officials, including 91 percent of Democrats, 67 percent of independents, and 60 percent of Republicans.

What if their candidate loses the 2022 Congressional election?

Overall, 77 percent of Americans said they still believe in the outcome – 88 percent of Democrats, 77 percent of independents and 53 percent of Republicans.

1209 adults took part in the survey on October 18-22. It has a plus / minus 6.4 percentage error margin between Democrats and pro-Democrat independents, and a plus / minus 6.8 percentage error margin between Republicans and pro-Republican independents.

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