Biden’s Critical 2020 Voting Blocks Abandon Him In 2024

There is ominous news for the Biden camp.

According to polling conducted on Tuesday, President Joe Biden is not doing well among some groups who backed his 2020 presidential campaign against Trump.

The majority of voters between 18 and 29, independents, Hispanics, and even women, disapprove of Biden’s job performance, according to the New York Times/Siena College study of probable and registered voters. According to Edison Research’s exit polls, these important voting blocs favored Biden over Trump in 2020 by double digits.

Those exit polls in 2020 showed Biden dominated by 24 points over Trump.

Here are the disapproval percentages according to the poll of registered voters:

Young adults(67%)
Independents (60%)

While the majority of voters were in favor of Biden, 25% of Black voters who were inclined to vote and 30% of Black voters who did were critical of the president’s performance. In 2020, according to exit polls, this group favored Biden by 87% to 12% against Trump.

The poll found that only 39% of potential voters and 37% of registered voters approved of Biden. In contrast to Biden, the last sitting president to enter reelection with such a low popularity rating was Jimmy Carter, a Democrat, who had 40%, according to Gallup. Reagan went on to defeat Carter by almost 10 points.

In the same survey, registered voters aged 18–29 favored Trump over Biden 49% to 43%.

According to the RealClearPolitics (RCP) average, Trump has a three-point advantage over Biden nationwide and in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada, according to the RealClearPolitics (RCP) average.

New research suggests that President Joe Biden’s popularity among Black voters may be dwindling as we approach the 2024 presidential campaign, even though 92% of Black people backed him in 2020.

According to a GenFoward study published on Tuesday, 17% of Black voters would vote for Trump if the presidential election were conducted today.