Most Americans Don’t Want Biden vs. Trump 2.0

The 2020 presidential election may be one of the most controversial races this nation has ever seen. To this day, many Americans still have differing viewpoints on all that happened in 2020 and whether or not the election results are legitimate.

Since the 2020 presidential race ended, there has been some talk about 2024 being a 2.0 version of the previous election. Some folks are all in favor of seeing another showdown between Trump vs. Biden. Other Americans would like to see fresh faces seeking the White House in the 2024 presidential election.

Now, according to Washington Examiner, the majority of voters are not interested in President Biden or former President Trump seeking another term in office.

The General Consensus on Trump vs. Biden 2.0

Per a poll from Echelon Insights/Washington Examiner, less than four in ten voters expressed support for Trump or Biden to run for office in 2024. Meanwhile, 51% of Americans disapproved of Biden seeking re-election, while 59% said the same about Trump.

33%, however, backed the idea of Trump seeking the presidency a third time, while 34% said the same about Biden. Additional information from the aforementioned poll revealed that 54% of the nation doesn’t believe the United States is on the right track.

Biden, earlier this year, announced his intentions to run for a second presidential term, come 2024. Meanwhile, Trump has hinted repeatedly at the possibility of him running for a second term again during the next presidential election season.

Other Alternatives to Trump and Biden

As the 2024 presidential election gets closer, there is talk about candidates other than Trump and Biden who could emerge. On the GOP side, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is a big name and a huge possibility.

Many conservatives are supportive of DeSantis running for president in 2024; he’s gained popularity amongst the GOP base for fighting back against intrusive government edicts. A DeSantis presidential run could be a huge game-changer, especially with the governor’s appeal to reach different factions of the Republican Party.

If Biden does not run in 2024 for whatever reason, Vice President Kamala Harris could take up the reins on the Democrats’ side; however, this may be easier said than done for Harris. Multiple polls this year have shown that Harris is not very popular; furthermore, a majority of U.S. voters do not believe Harris is ready to be president.

There’s still quite a bit of time between now and 2024; however, it’s going to be a very interesting presidential election, especially after four years of the Biden administration.

Do you want the 2024 presidential election to be a rematch of 2020 or is it time for some fresh faces to seek the presidency? What do you think about a potential DeSantis vs. Biden or DeSantis vs. Harris match? Let us know in the comments section below.