I&I/TIPP Poll: 60% Of Republicans Want Trump To Run In 2024, While 37% Of Democrats Want Biden

I&I/TIPP Poll: 60% Of Republicans Want Trump To Run In 2024, While 37% Of Democrats Want Biden

Who do Americans want to see as the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates in 2024?

Terry Jones

When it comes to the 2024 presidential election, Republicans are far more enthusiastic about former President Trump running again than Democrats are about President Biden gaining a second term, new data from the December I&I/TIPP Poll show. It's yet another sign that, a mere 11 months into his term, Biden's support remains surprisingly weak within his own party.

The I&I/TIPP Poll gave respondents the names of Trump and 15 other possible Republican candidates, asking “Who do you want to see run for president on the Republican ticket in 2024?” We asked the same question for the Democrats. We wrote about those results last week here and here.

In our poll, 24% of those queried in whatever party said they wanted President Trump to run again, while 22% said they wanted Biden to do so.

But the apparent closeness of the support for the two possible candidates may be deceptive. A closer look at the data shows a wide disparity in actual support for the two candidates within their own parties.