As of August 2023, polls indicate that Joe Biden and Donald Trump are tied in a hypothetical rematch for the presidency in 2024. A poll by The New York Times and Siena College found that 43% of registered voters would support Biden and 43% would support Trump.
Biden has been plagued by low approval numbers, with polls from RMG Research and Premise showing 58% and 59% disapproval, respectively. Trump, on the other hand, has been indicted multiple times, which appears to be increasing his support and donations. Trump told a crowd in Montgomery, Ala in early August following his third indictment, stating that he needs one more indictment to close out the election. Critics argue that Democrats are pursuing politically motivated criminal indictments to cause election interference as Trump is the 2024 Republican Party frontrunner. Trump denied taking a plea deal in Georgia, stating that it is called election interference.
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