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Can Donald Trump and The GOP Reclaim The Senate, The House, and The Presidency? The Pollsters Say They Have a Good Chance

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WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 9 — President Trump is not likely to declare a run for re-election in 2024 anytime soon, but polls show that it’s becoming more and more likely that he will run and that he is in a position to win the nomination and the presidency. The polls show that the Biden-Harris ticket has been losing independent support and that even some Democrats have become disillusioned with their performance.

In contrast, surveys show that Donald Trump has 67% to 70% support among Republican voters. A straw poll of 3,200 participants at the Dallas Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in July showed that 70% of them wanted to see a Trump ticket in 2024. And just last week, Emerson College reported that a survey they conducted showed that 67% of Republican voters back him for 2024.

Meanwhile, a new Marist poll found that President Biden’s approval rating among independents has dropped ten points from 46% to 36% and a Washington Post-ABC survey showed that 57% of independents disapprove of the job Biden is doing.

And, as CBS News put it: “He takes a big hit among independents. They’d given him positive marks in July, but now, more than half disapprove of how he’s handling both withdrawing from Afghanistan and his job overall. His overall approval is down within his own Democratic Party — it’s still high in the 80s but off its highs in the 90s. And while he had enjoyed a bit of Republican approval through the summer, that has dropped.”

The 78-year-old president will be an octogenarian in 2024, and some say it’s unlikely that he and Kamala Harris will run for office again. However, Biden announced at a news conference in March that both he and Harris will be on the Democratic ticket in ’24, according to the Associated Press. It’s early days, and that can change in the coming months. But should Biden decide to call it quits, the selection of Democratic candidates will come into question.

As for Donald Trump’s future political plans, he’s not ready to make an announcement until after the 2022 mid-term elections. But his political adviser, Jason Miller, told Politico the chances he will run are “between 99 and 100%.” And “a recent Emerson College poll showed Trump defeating Biden in a 2024 rematch of last year’s election. Trump was favored by 47% of respondents, while 46% chose Biden,” according to Politico.

A new issue of Newsweek magazine reports that 49% of voters disapprove of Biden’s presidency. The report notes that it mirrors Bill Clinton’s rating at the same point of his presidency and is worse than President Obama’s rating in 2009. The result: Clinton lost 54 House seats, and Obama lost 63.

The report quotes an unnamed statistical analyst who says that the party has no margin for error because of their razor-thin eight-seat majority in the House. He went on to say that in order for Democrats to be competitive in the midterms, Biden needs an approval rating of 51% or more. The strategist says that Democrats will lose both the House and the Senate an approval rating at 49% or less.

Political analysts Douglas Schoen and Carly Cooperman co-authored an Opinion Article published online by The Hill. In it, they concluded that “The recent decline in support for President Biden and his administration likely means that the Democratic Party will lose control of the House and potentially the Senate in 2022 — and makes it increasingly likely that Biden will be a one-term president.”

Schoen and Cooperman identified the economy, immigration, the pandemic, and Afghanistan as key issues that can hobble the president and the Democratic party in the coming months.

They note that 53% of registered voters disapprove of Biden’s handling of the economy; just 39 percent approve, and that 63 percent see Democrats as being “irresponsible and reckless” when it comes to spending,

“Democrats also trail Republicans on immigration, as migrant encounters at the southern border soared to record highs in July. Indeed, our poll finds that voters trust Republicans (46 percent) more than Democrats (37 percent) to address immigration.”

Their Op-Ed goes on to note that Biden had a 69% approval rating for its handling of the COVID pandemic back in April, but it has dropped by 16% in the meantime to 53%.

“All that said, Biden’s greatest failure as of late is arguably his handling of the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. Our poll finds that voters largely disapprove (56% to 35%) of the way the withdrawal is occurring. And of those who disapprove, a majority (58%) blame Biden rather than President Trump (12 percent).”

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Glee
1 month ago

Wow. Either polls are way off or almost half of the country are morons. Everybody in my circles are outraged at Biden.

Roberto Gonzalez
1 month ago

All is needed is a fair and legal Elections. Mr.Trump will be again President.

gerald serlin
1 month ago

That’s silly! Who would blame Trump for the way that Biden directed the collapse in Afghanistan? There must be another category where those Biden-positive votes can go.

Garye
1 month ago

Not only can but will!
This cheating, failed,corrupt democrat clown show currently in Washington is an ABSOLUTE EMBARRASSMENT!
Even the uninformed, used and lied to democrat followers are smart enough to see how they were taken for granted as an excuse for the destruction of America and freedom!!!

Becky
1 month ago

To clarify for people like this author who just doesn’t ‘get’ where America is: the GOP could win very little. They are nothing but Traitorous cowards funded by the same people who support the Communist Dems.
But Trump’s conservatives? They could win big. Make that “Bigly”.

Theo Prinse
1 month ago

Most people don’t understand that the House (435) has only 130+ republican patriots and the senate (100) only 8. The democrats and the rino’s combined have 305 and 92 respectively

Garye
1 month ago
Reply to  Theo Prinse

Theo,
I guess it’s whine or win by removing those traitorous failures???
I say remove them and WIN

Jerry
1 month ago

If we never again have honest elections, the DemonRats will always win. We must have election integrity or we are doomed.

HR
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

AMEN

Theo Prinse
1 month ago

Steve Bannon, Cortes, et al say to the Trump PATRIOTS; 
“If we can win 8 congress seats and 2 senate seats the republican party is saved for the PATRIOTS’
————————–
But there are 50 republican senators and only 8 of them voted for Trump. 
42 like McConnell, Graham, Mitt Romney voted for Biden. 
There are 34 class 3 senate seats up for reelection in 2022. 
14 democrats and 20 republicans. 
Among the 20 republicans: ONLY John Kennedy voted for President Trump. Five are thus far retiring, plus Lisa Murkowski, John Boozman, Marco Rubio, Mike Crapo, Todd Young, Chuck Grassley, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, John Hoeven, James Lankford, Pat Toomey, Tim Scott, John Thune, Ron Johnson (14) who all voted for Biden instead of president Trump on Jan 7. 
All of these Rino’s except John Kennedy (5+14) plus all of the 14 democrats HAVE TO BE replaced by Christian anti-globalist PATRIOTS (33) 
The democrats (36) and Rino’s (30) will still have 66 seats
The same in US Congress. 1/3 (71) of the republicans like Liz Cheney voted for Biden. 

MIKE B.
1 month ago

56 to 35% ? Who in their right mind would approve how he handled the withdrawal of Americans from Afghanistan ? The boarder, the economy, the Keystone pipeline . . . the list goes on! This is NOT a commander and chief ! I love 45, but there are others that can run for the presidency also. If an election were held today, I’d vote for Mickey Mouse over Biden. We are doomed if we don’t gain the House , and the Senate in 22. VOTE RED !!!

Last edited 1 month ago by MIKE B.
Karen
1 month ago

We are through if we don’t win in 2022. The commie administration are using every lousy political move in the book to get us to forget the stupid Afghanistan ploy and all the other ignorant, get back at Donald Trump moves, and they think we don’t know what they are doing. The are sly, conniving degenerates and they all deserve to be put on trial for law breaking and TREASON. I see trouble in the forecast.

Theo Prinse
1 month ago

Steve Bannon, Cortes, et al say to the Trump PATRIOTS; 
“If we can win 8 congress seats and 2 senate seats the republican party is saved for the PATRIOTS’
————————–
But there are 50 republican senators and only 8 of them voted for Trump. 
42 like McConnell, Graham, Mitt Romney voted for Biden. 
There are 34 class 3 senate seats up for reelection in 2022. 
14 democrats and 20 republicans. 
Among the 20 republicans: ONLY John Kennedy voted for President Trump. Five are thus far retiring, plus Lisa Murkowski, John Boozman, Marco Rubio, Mike Crapo, Todd Young, Chuck Grassley, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, John Hoeven, James Lankford, Pat Toomey, Tim Scott, John Thune, Ron Johnson (14) who all voted for Biden instead of president Trump on Jan 7. 
All of these Rino’s except John Kennedy (5+14) plus all of the 14 democrats HAVE TO BE replaced by Christian anti-globalist PATRIOTS (33) 
The democrats (36) and Rino’s (30) will still have 66 seats
The same in US Congress. 1/3 (71) of the republicans like Liz Cheney voted for Biden. 

Theo Prinse
1 month ago

My comment Theo Prinse
 13 hours ago is
Awaiting for approval

PIDL
1 month ago
Reply to  Theo Prinse

Why is AMAC not approving comments? This is called removing our right to freedom of speech. Are they all scared about being sued by the rich eliteist that control our government? I have put several comments about Council on Foreign Relations to have them given this restriction. I do not know if they were ever approved. But the information I wrote down were the truth with names of members of the CFR. Why am I paying AMAC to do this?

Theo Prinse
1 month ago
Reply to  PIDL

I have removed a link of the /theconservativetreehouse that is probably the reason

elysummers
1 month ago

I liked what Trump was doing. However, would I vote for him? I don’t know. I just wish he would learn to parse his words a little bit. At this point, I would vote for Mickey Mouse or Snoopy over the current administration.

PIDL
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

Being respectful has gottenthe Republicans nowhere in decades. We need people ready to fight for our rights, not help take them away!

MOCountry
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

You know, that’s one of the biggest problems with the Republican Party. Voters can admit that their elected Republican President did a good job with the economy, jobs, foreign affairs, the border, etc., but decide to not support him anymore because “eeewww, I don’t like him”. On the other hand, dimocrats stick together like rats and would almost vote for the devil himself if he was running on the dim ticket!! AND THEN almost all of them would still continue to support the idiot they elected regardless of how much he/she screws up! So if conservative voters, Republican or Independent, continue to jump ship just because they don’t like a President that scares the h*ll out of the dimocrats, then we will continue to lose elections and probably lose this country!!

PaulE
1 month ago
Reply to  MOCountry

Perfectly stated! We are electing a leader of the country to protect and defend our interests from those that seek to harm or destroy us both here and abroad. That is NOT a job for some weak, feckless empty suit that smiles nicely, stays quiet a lot and rolls over to the opposition at the very first hint of resistance or negative media. If people here truly want a Sunday School teacher type that won’t do anything that would offend or protect us from any of our enemies, in other words a pushover or a globalist, then they better learn Chinese real quick.

Becky
1 month ago
Reply to  MOCountry

Precisely.

Larry W.
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

That’s what I don’t understand, the differences in policies between Trump and Biden were so clearly opposite, why did folks still vote for Biden’s socialist agenda? Was it because they didn’t approve of Trumps disposition. Isn’t the fate of our children’s future of greater importance?

Tish
1 month ago
Reply to  Larry W.

People didn’t really vote for biteme, they voted against Trump ~ and the only way dimrats could take the election was steal it.

Becky
1 month ago
Reply to  Larry W.

Not to an idiot.

Steven
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

Who cares how he says things. Yeah, he kept talking when he should have stopped, but in the scheme of things who gives a rat’s ass about that. I could care less about his mannerisms, his hair or anything else people complained about. All I cared about were the results. The man did what no other President had done before…with the exception of George Washington. He did what he said he was going to do. He put America first, he was looking out for you, me and every other American. He is a patriot and true Commander in Chief.

Jerry
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven

Amen to that!

Kathie
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven

Exactly!!

Sarah
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven

Exactly! People are way too caught up in ‘appearances’ and ‘political correctness’ that truth and accomplishments are meaningless.

ShellzNCheez
1 month ago
Reply to  Steven

45 was, by far, the best prez I have ever witnessed precisely for the reasons you listed, Steven. That said, DeSantis (FL-R) is ramping up to be Trump 2.0 and would have my vote also.

Jerry
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

Trump was only speaking what was on his mind. Most of these DC politicians are afraid to be honest about what’s on their mind. Trump was not afraid to express himself. That’s refreshing. TRUMP 2024!!!!

Tish
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

I see nothing wrong with Trump being fallible and true to himself. If he’s too earthy for ya, give an ear to biteme, and check how rude and crude he is. No matter what the Donald said, or how he said it, the world listened and believed what he said.

Garye
1 month ago
Reply to  elysummers

Ha that’s precious.
So you’d prefer this anti american,corrupt,50 year democrat failure because of his speaking????
Have you watched this bumbling biden clown???
He trips over his own tongue ????

A Wiseman
1 month ago

I saw this posting in the comments section of several Fox News site articles. It
provides an excellent solution to get rid of the Biden bunch.

Posted by FlipItNow
We must cancel Biden’s replacement insurance scheme, Harris and Pelosi are possibly
even worse replacements for Senile Traitorous Joe. First, at least 5 house members
need to be convinced to flip from Democrat to Republican. Then a new Republican
House Speaker can be selected, so that Nancy can’t become President when Biden & Harris
are out of power. The Senate only needs 1 to flip to Republican to regain the majority.
The most convincing argument for the moderate and patriotic senators and house members
is simply we must SAVE THE NATION, the second is their own political survival. Once
they have flipped to Republican, Chuck and Nancy can no longer threaten to cut off their
re-election funding. The more who flip the better, since there is safety in numbers
once the media fire storm ignites.

Finally, Biden & Harris need to be convinced to resign and save some of their reputation
or face impeachment and go down in history as the worst ever. Per the Constitution,
the newly elected Republican House Speaker now becomes President.

FlipItNow makes an excellent point, CAN THE NATION WAIT for the November 2022 & 2024
elections. How much more damage from the Biden administration can the nation endure
until then, we must SAVE THE NATION BY FLIPPING IT NOW!

Luke
1 month ago

Not sure why this is even being discussed. The 2020 election was clearly fraudulent: they cheated. And, it was Pelosi’s blind hatred for Donald Trump that moved her to orchestrate it. If anyone thinks the next federal election will be fair, they’re delusional. The People’s House is no longer a place for representation. It has become, (more than ever), a power brokerage with many international players with BIG money. . .including CCP. Whatever polls you read about or embrace are pure bullshit. It does not matter. Democrats WILL cheat to pack the Supreme court just like they cheated in the 2020 presidential election. America is on borrowed time.

Garye
1 month ago

EVERYTHING joebama clown and the corrupt failed democrats have touched is a disaster!!!
Their GREED, hatred,anti American and divisive politics and policies are being soundly REJECTED by Real Americans.
BYE,- BYE you democrats LOSERS!!!

R.J. from Arizona
1 month ago

Country can’t last. We’re on free fall into socialism, sleazy media, socialist education system and now a woke military. Please prove me wrong.

Tish
1 month ago

I pray that the US is stronger than it’s faults.

Lindsey C Goff
1 month ago

BIden, Pelosi, Ocasio, Schumer and all their corrupt “squad” and co-horts better “git out while the gitten’s good” because Trump isn’t going to play nice like he did before when he’s back in the White House.

ShellzNCheez
1 month ago
Reply to  Lindsey C Goff

That’s the best case scenario, Lindsey.

Larry W.
1 month ago

I would vote for President Trump again without question, but can he win? He has turned off a lot of folks with his abrasive personality which worked well in the board room but not so much as a President. Obama did nothing worthwhile but smooth talked and smiled a million dollar smile that got him elected twice. Trump has gained among Independents but he has lost within his party and most Democrats are far too brainwashed to switch votes to Republican.

PIDL
1 month ago
Reply to  Larry W.

It is time for the Republilcan party to grow some balls! Obviously they are insane, trying the same failed tactics over and over again with the same results. For the decades I have observed politics, I have never noticed the left being respectful of the and as non-aggressive as the Republicans. Turn about is fair play!

Larry W.
1 month ago
Reply to  PIDL

I see folks on here that think if you are respectful then you are weak. I disagree. You have to be tough and you have to stand firm but you do not have to call people names. Ronald Reagan was tough but I don’t remember him calling others derogatory nicknames.

Kelli
1 month ago

He will have my vote (again). The lying, spineless coward in the WH is killing us from all sides!!!

Last edited 1 month ago by Kelli
Jerry
1 month ago
Reply to  Kelli

The DemonRats could teach the Mafia some tricks.

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