New poll suggests voters don’t wan’t to see Biden or Trump on the ballot
Sep 28, 2022, 8:00 AM | Updated: Nov 8, 2022, 11:36 am
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SALT LAKE CITY — A new poll shows a high number of voters do not want to see either President Biden or Former President Trump on the upcoming 2024 Presidential ballot, some would even be willing to pay money to not.
It is currently unknown if either Biden or Trump will run in 2024 as they have not yet confirmed.
Regardless of their decision, they will struggle with popularity both within and outside of their political party. Specifically, the poll showed both candidates had more than half of the women, Lantino and Black population against them.
Half of the voter population does not want to see either candidate on the ballot. According to a Deseret News poll 66% of voters didn’t want Biden on the ballot and 58% of voters don’t want Trump on the ballot
The poll surveyed a mixed demographic of nearly 1000 participants.
Although it seems fewer voters are indifferent about Trumps presence on the ballot, voters are filling to pay thousands more to keep him off than they would Biden. $3000 dollars was the average payment for President Biden but the average payment for Trump was over $5000.
Whether Republication, Democrat or Independent, most voters agree the age of Biden and Trump makes their office positions concerning.
The lack of popularity comes before any proven allegations against Trump in recent news and before Biden’s awaited rerun announcement.
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