July 21, 2024

US election: After an awkward debate, voters choose Michelle Obama over Donald Trump. Joe Biden loses popularity.

According to a poll, the Democratic party’s official presidential nominee, former first lady Michelle Obama, will be the most effective in defeating Donald Trump.

Party members are beginning to lose faith in Biden due to his health issues and unsatisfactory discussion. If they can persuade the former first lady and present her with an official nomination, they believe their difficulties might be resolved.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos survey conducted on Tuesday, among registered voters, Michelle, 60, is leading Trump, 78, by 11 percentage points, or 50% to 39%.

In the remaining matches, Biden and Trump are tied at 40%, and the 45th president wins against Vice President Kamala Harris by a mere percentage point (43%–42%).
The 45th president would also prevail over a group of Democratic governors that were conceivably in the running to succeed Biden, including Gavin Newsom of California, Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, Andy Beshear of Kentucky, and J.B. Pritzker of Illinois.
Michelle Obama has remained silent throughout the reelection campaign, while her husband Barack openly defended Biden after his disastrous debate performance against Trump last week.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos survey, voters hold a positive opinion of Michelle. She was close to Hunter Biden’s ex-wife Kathleen Buhle during the Obama administration and is allegedly upset that her pal was banished by the first family.
In an interview from 2022, she made it clear that she would not support Biden, 81, when the question was posed regarding the president’s reelection campaign.

Throughout the 2024 election cycle, Barack Obama has attended fundraisers for Biden. Most recently, on July 15, he assisted him offstage following a sizable donation from Hollywood stars who witnessed ABC late-night show Jimmy Kimmel interview the two at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.
Biden will almost definitely be the Democratic nominee in 2024, barring a voluntary resignation.
The 81-year-old informed his campaign workers on Wednesday that he intended to continue running for office, but he reportedly complained to a close ally that if his polling numbers don’t improve during his next public appearances, he might be done.

More than half of Americans (56%) believe Biden should withdraw from the race, while 46% believe Trump should halt his campaign, according to a Reuters/Ipsos survey.
1,070 US individuals were questioned for the Reuters/Ipsos poll, which took place July 1-2. Of those surveyed, 892 were registered voters.
For all respondents, the margin of error was plus or minus 3.2 percentage points; for registered voters who replied, it was plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

 

 

 

 

 

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