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According to a Redfield and Wilton Strategies poll last Thursday, respondents were given a hypothetical 2024 matchup between former President Trump and President Biden. 43% said they would vote for Trump and 38% said they would vote for Biden.

Trump is up by 2% and Biden is down by 3% since the last poll. 12% said they don’t know how they would vote and 2% said they would vote Libertarian.

87% of respondents who voted for Trump in 2020 said they would vote for him again, which is up by 2%. And 77% of respondents who voted for Biden in 2020 said they would vote for him again, which is down by 2%.

Also, the poll found that 48% of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s overall job performance, which is up by 3%. And 39% approve of Biden’s job performance. As for Vice President Kamala Harris, 43% disapprove of her job performance and 37% approve.

In matters of policy, the poll found that the Biden administration had negative net approval ratings for the economy (-2%), crime and policing (-6%), and immigration (-8%).

The poll also asked respondents who they would vote for in a hypothetical 2024 matchup between former President Trump and Vice President Kamala Harris. 44% of respondents said they would vote for Trump, which is up by 2%. And 35% said they would vote for Harris, which is down by 4%.

When the respondents were asked which issues would most likely have an impact on who they would vote for in the 2022 Midterm Election, 56% said the economy, 31% said healthcare, 24% said immigration, and 21% said government spending.

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