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Durham, New Hampshire – A new poll shows that a majority of state Democrats who held the first primaries in the race for the White House in a century do not want President Biden to run for reelection in 2024.
A poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center on Tuesday also indicates that the president’s favorable rating is at an all-time low and that Biden is linked to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg when respondents were asked who they would support in the 2024 Democratic presidential primary.
Only 31% of Democratic presidential primary voters questioned said they wanted the president to seek a second term in the White House, while 59% said they did not want Biden to run again. Support for Biden’s re-election bid has fallen among New Hampshire Democrats, from 74% last summer to 54% in the latest UN poll, which was conducted in June.
The president’s positive rating fell in the latest poll among Democrats in New Hampshire to 42%. Three-quarters of those who described themselves as Granite State Democrats said they were very or somewhat concerned about Biden’s age.
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Although Biden has repeatedly said he will seek a second term if he remains healthy, there has been much talk and speculation for more than a year about whether the 79-year-old president will run for re-election. Biden made history in 2020 when he became the oldest elected president ever. If he campaigns for re-election in 2024 and wins, Biden will be 82nd at his second inauguration and 86th at the end of his second term.
The release of the UN poll follows a slew of recent national opinion polls that indicated a majority of Americans do not want Biden to run again.
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The United Nations Survey Center asked Democratic respondents to choose their preference for their party’s presidential nomination from a list of potential candidates for the White House.
Buttigieg, who finished second in the 2020 New Hampshire primary, was the pick of 17% of respondents, while Biden had 16%. The president finished fourth in the 2020 primary.
Another 2020 presidential candidate, Mon. Elizabeth Warren was from neighboring Massachusetts, the pick of 10% of potential Democratic primary voters, and was tied to the governor of California. Gavin Newsom. Senator. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who also ran for the White House in 2020 and came in third in New Hampshire, has a 9% in the new poll, along with the senator. Bernie Sanders by 8%. Sanders, a progressive champion and an independent senator from neighboring Vermont, beat Buttigieg to win the 2020 primary in New Hampshire and was Biden’s runner-up in the all-out race for the Democratic nomination.
Vice President Kamala Harris, who would be considered the front-runner for the nomination if Biden decides not to run for a second term, polled just 6%. Harris also ran for the White House in 2020 but suspended her campaign before the electoral and electoral calendar began.
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Progressive Firebrand representative. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York had 5% support, with the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee and former secretary of state, New York senator and first lady Hillary Clinton at 3%, along with Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in 2018 and 2022. Everyone else In the list of potential contenders registered at 2% support or less.
A UN poll from June indicated that 68% of New Hampshire voters would not want former President Donald Trump to nominate the White House again in 2024. But 62% of self-described Republicans wanted Trump to seek another term as president.
This same poll made national headlines by referring to Florida. Ron Dientis outperformed Trump by 39% to 37% among likely voters in the Republican presidential primary. The poll indicated that Biden is outperforming Trump, but DeSantis is outperforming the president in hypothetical contests in the 2024 general election.
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The United Nations Survey Center’s latest poll took place July 21-25, questioning 1,043 Granite Staters, including 430 potential New Hampshire Democratic voters. The poll’s overall sampling error is plus or minus three percentage points, with a sampling error of plus or minus 4.7 percentage points for questions asked of potential Democratic primary voters.