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.
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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.