The former Republican president Donald Trump headed by the democratic president Joe Biden six percentage points in a survey by Reuters/Showing the American people are not satisfied with electoral revenge that became more apparent after the victory of the former president in New Hampshire.
In the survey, which was conducted by bamong1,250 adults from all over the country Trump led Biden by o0% to 34%, while others were not sure or planned to vote otherwise or not at all. The survey has a margin of error of three percentage points.
This marks a breakthrough for Trump. A survey of Reuters/Ipsos at the beginning of the month shows a tie between him and Biden, though a national poll doesn’t capture the subtleties of the race that will be decided this fall in just a handful of contested states.
While Trump easily defeated his only opponent in the primaries, Nikki HHaley about67% of those surveyed between Monday and Wednesday said they “were tired of seeing the same candidates in the presidential election and they want a new one. Still, t8% said they would not vote if you cchoseBiden and Trump.
“I don’t think we always choose the less than two evils”Kimberly Sofge, a 56-year-old project manager in Washington, said this week. “I honestly think we can do better.”
The two candidates seem ready to take revenge after Trump’s consecutive victories in Iowa and New Hampshire with the White House considering Trump an easy opponent to approach, and Trump angry that Haley didn’t leave the Republican race sooner.
Trump’s six-point lead remained even after respondents were given the option to vote for third-party candidates, including the anti-vaccine activist. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with 36% support for Trump, 30% for Biden, and 8% for Kennedy.
Just over half of those surveyed declared dissatisfied with the two-party system in America and only one in four is satisfied.