Only 1 in 4 Democratic voters support a 2024 Biden run: Poll

President Joe Biden speaks with reporters before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House, Wednesday, March 2, 2022, in Washington. Biden is en route to Wisconsin. (G3 Box News Photo/Alex Brandon)

Only 1 in 4 Democratic voters support a 2024 Biden run: Poll

Jenny Goldsberry

July 30, 05:15 AM July 30, 05:16 AM

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The majority of likely Democratic voters prefer any nominee other than President Joe Biden in 2024, according to a poll. The new data revealed that 75% of voters would like someone else to represent the Democratic Party on the 2024 ticket.

The new CNN poll is a significant contrast from the same poll from January and February in which 45% of Democratic voters reported wanting Biden as their next presidential nominee.

Of those who do not want Biden to be the nominee, 42% say it’s because they don’t want him to be reelected, while 32% don’t believe he can beat Republicans.

A recent survey of New Hampshire Democratic voters similarly found that Biden was only 16% of the Democratic voters’ preference, while Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg garnered 17%. Vice President Kamala Harris only garnered 6% of support from voters as a preferred presidential nominee.


Meanwhile, 55% of likely Republican and Republican-leaning voters reported that they don’t want former President Donald Trump as their nominee, either. This is a 6% increase from the same poll at the beginning of this year.

A majority of all survey respondents believe that American democracy is under attack at 54%. Only 6% definitively said their democracy is in “no danger.”

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CNN’s poll was conducted from July 22 to 24 with 1,002 respondents. It has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.

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