According to a recent poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire, if Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg were to compete against one another in a hypothetical presidential primary in 2024, the race would end in a tie.
A recent survey found that the majority of Democrats in the state that had the first primary for the White House race in a century do not want President Biden to run for reelection in 2024. This finding is consistent with the findings of the survey.
According to a study conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, the popularity rating of the President has dropped to its lowest level ever, while President Joe Biden and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg are tied for the lead in the race for the Democratic candidacy for 2024.
Only 31 percent of those who were considering voting in the Democratic primary for president said they wanted President Biden to run for a third term, while 59 percent of those people said they didn’t want him to run.
The most recent study conducted by the University of New Hampshire in June found that only 54 percent of New Hampshire Democrats supported Joe Biden’s bid for re-election, which is down from 74 percent in the summer.