If Donald Trump decides to run for president in 2024, he will win, bookmakers put him in pole position
While the president Joe Biden and the White House administration are still working to push for vaccine mandates across United States, Donald Trump is slowly but surely running his informal presidential campaign and improving his rating while Biden’s decreases every month.
Since leaving the White House office in January, Trump in numerous occasions hinted that he might run for president in 2024 although he never officially confirmed his decision. That said, the public remains in uncertainty what one should expect in the upcoming period.
Trump’s last rally was in Iowa last Saturday where he once again hinted what the crowd was waiting to hear, that he would run for president in 2024. Just shortly before the rally, The Des Moines Register revealed the results of their latest survey showing that 53 percent of Iowans approved of him.
At this point remains unclear if Biden and the Democrats rely on the fact that Trump will be charged until the campaigns for the presidential election take off or they simply don’t trust the polls showing rising Trump support.
However, they should surely consider the latest reports from the bookmakers like BetOnline and Betfred, placing Trump as the favorite to win the 2024 presidential election. This was the first time he had been in this position since before the election in November 2020.
Additionally, multiple other sources recently announced results from polls they conducted in August and September. Almost all of them clearly show Biden declining approval rating, while Trump sees increase in his overall rating.
In a hypothetical 2024 matchup, Trump would get 47%, compared to Biden’s 46%, a recent poll conducted by the Emerson College shows.
What experts agree is that the mid-terms would be an overture to the presidential election two years later, especially for Trump. According to them, Trump potential support on the presidential election will mostly rely on the results his endorsed gubernatorial candidates will achieve on the mid-terms. This comes at a point where Trump holds the GOP as his private entity and pushes asides those who don’t agree with him.
Meanwhile, team Biden and the White House administration have a tough task to improve their overall rating amid vaccine mandate push, immigration issues at the southern border, the pandemic and the inflation while they are all still recovering from the August’s Afghanistan fiasco.