The latest research by Redfield & Wilton Strategies finds that 48% of Americans disapprove (+4) and 43% approve (+2) of President Joe Biden’s overall job performance as President. His net approval rating (-5%) is two points lower than in our previous poll conducted on 4 April.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ net approval rating stands at -8% (+1). In our latest poll, 47% disapprove (+3) and 39% approve (+4) of Kamala Harris’ performance as Vice President.
Looking ahead to the 2024 Presidential Election, the economy is the top issue that Americans say will determine how they will vote in the election. When asked to select up to three issues that are most likely to determine how they vote in November 2024, 60% select the economy, 30% select healthcare, and 25% select policing/crime as determinative election issues.
The economy is the most-selected 2024 Election issue for both Donald Trump 2020 (64%) and Joe Biden 2020 (57%) voters. Other important election issues for Biden voters include healthcare (36%), the environment (34%), and coronavirus (28%), while 35% of Trump voters select immigration, 28% select policing/crime, and 24% select government spending.
Our latest hypothetical voting intention finds Joe Biden leading Donald Trump by one point nationally. After weighing by likelihood to vote, 45% of respondents say they would vote for Biden (+1) and 44% say they would vote for Trump (+1) if they were candidates in 2024. A further 6% say they don’t know how they would vote (+1).
Large majorities of 2020 Donald Trump voters (87%, -3) and Joe Biden voters (84%, +1) maintain that they would again vote for those respective candidates.
If Ron DeSantis and Joe Biden are the candidates in 2024, 47% of voters currently say they will vote for Biden (+2), while 37% (+1) say they will support DeSantis.
An alternative 2024 Kamala Harris campaign produces a lead of six points for the former President. If Donald Trump and Kamala Harris are the 2024 nominees, 45% of Americans say they will vote for Trump (+2) and 39% say they will vote for Harris (+3). In this scenario, 7% say they don’t know how they will vote (-2).