A total of 23% of registered voters said they wanted Trump to head the Republican national ticket, while 19% said they wanted Biden to lead the Democrat ticket, I&I/TIPP Poll results said.
Biden also received lukewarm support among Democrat voters.
“Clearly, Biden is in serious trouble within the Democratic Party, garnering just 29% support, a clear sign of the toll on his popularity taken by his struggling presidency,” tippinsights’ Terry Jones wrote.
“Trump, by comparison, gets 49% support from Republicans, making him a formidable political presence within his own party for the next two years at least.”
Even among voters aged 18-24, a group traditionally liberal in their political leanings, Biden received only 11%. However, 23% said they wanted Trump as the GOP nominee.
In fact, every age group preferred a Trump candidacy to a Biden. Only the 25-44 category was close, with Trump (25%) edging Biden (24%).
Among women, 20% wanted Trump to run and just 14% wanted Biden. Men preferred a Trump run over a Biden run 29% to 25%.
Hispanic voters leaned toward Trump (22%) over Biden (12%). Continue reading at Newsmax.