• Poll: Donald Trump Opens Six-Point Lead Over Joe Biden in 2024 Rematch

    Voters prefer former President Donald Trump over President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday found.The survey found voters giving Trump a higher favorable impression than Biden, as 49 percent find Trump at least somewhat favorable, compared to 43 percent who said the same of Biden. While there is a predictable partisan divide, independent voters view Trump more favorably — 43 percent to Biden’s 36 percent.Likely voters were ultimately asked, “If...

  • Poll: Donald Trump Opens Six-Point Lead Over Joe Biden in 2024 Rematch

    Voters prefer former President Donald Trump over President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday found.

  • Biden Now Claiming 'Espionage' Against Trump To Prevent Trump From Running in 2024

    The Biden administration, in what could be one of the Democrats’ last-ditch attempts to prevent President Donald Trump from running for office again in 2024, is working on an “espionage” case against him, based on documents FBI agents seized from his home this week. A report in the Daily Mail contended that there were multiple […]

  • POLL: Trump beats Biden in rematch

    Donald Trump wins in a rematch against Joe Biden for president. That's according to Rasmussen Reports. The recent survey shows 46% say they would vote for Trump if the election were held now, and 40% say they would vote for Biden. Another 10% said they would choose somebody else. When it comes to "favorability," 49% […]

  • Not Only Are the Polls With Trump Since the Raid, So Are His Odds for 2024

    Biden and Harris are falling behind

  • Heading to 2024: Trump Grows As Biden Falters

    [Leer en español]   Trump’s enemies thought once Donald left the White House, his leadership would erode, and they would quietly retake control of the political scene. They believed that Joe Biden’s victory would dismantle the aura of invincibility that Trump had built and that, as a result, the former president would be condemned to… Read More »Heading to 2024: Trump Grows As Biden Falters

  • (POLL) About half say Trump should run again in 2024

    Fifty-one percent (51%) say Trump should run for President again in the upcoming 2024 election. That's according to the latest unscientific poll of 2,103 people at SharylAttkisson.com. Forty-two percent (42%) of those polled had the opposite view, saying Trump "should not" run again. Seven percent (7%) answered "maybe." Recent Rasmussen polling shows that if the […]

  • Trump vs. Biden in 2024: Can't America Do Any Better?

    Though the 2024 election is still 26 and half months away – which can be both an eternity and just around the corner at the same time – all indications are that we’re heading for a rematch between President Joe Biden and former-President Donald Trump. Biden has been blunt that he’s intent on running, while […]

  • Biden vs Trump 2024: Who Wins Rematch?

    If Donald Trump had a rematch with Joe Biden for the Presidency today, who would win? According to a new Poll released on The Hill Newspaper. If the election was today, Trump would win with 45% percent of the vote, with Biden receiving only 41% percent. And if Trump went up against Kamala Harris, he […]

  • COMMENTARY: Grim outlook for 2024 — a Biden-Trump rematch

    Let’s hope conservatives get it right because the country cannot afford an additional four years of Biden or the status quo.

  • Biden plots a 2024 presidential run — and a Trump rematch

    Biden’s resolve to mount a second White House bid is hardening even with polls showing most Democrats would prefer a candidate other than the 79-year-old president.

  • Trump once again dominates CPAC 2024 presidential straw poll

    Former President Donald Trump, who has teased he plans to run again in 2024, was the clear choice in a presidential straw poll of attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference, beating out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Trump had an approval rating of 99% and was the choice of 69% of about 1,000 attendees at …