Most Americans Don’t Want Biden to Start Another War: Survey – Trump News 2024


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President Joe Biden is in a tough situation as Iran proxies have continued to attack United States interests in the Middle East, which reached its height when three Americans were killed in an attack last week.

But The Washington Examiner’s Democratic report card grader, pollster John Zogby, said that the president is facing polls that say Americans do not want another war, the news organization reported.

“As of this writing, the U.S. has launched 125 bombing strikes on 85 targets of Iran-backed militant bases in Iraq and Syria — and the White House promises that this is ‘just the beginning,’” he said.

“I am sure it feels good for now, but this looks like a major escalation and a widening of a regional war that the American people have said they don’t want,” he said as he gave the president a weekly grade of “C plus.”

Zogby also noted in his weekly report:


Wow, 353,000! That is the number of new jobs created in January, almost double what economists were predicting. Moreover, wages grew by over half of a percent in the month, ending the year mark at 4.5%, well above the 3.2% rate of inflation.

Kudos came from across the spectrum, including none other than former President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow and CNBC’s Rick Santelli, the man who gave the name to the “Tea Party” movement. Sooner or later, one would think that voters are going to notice the economy is improving. Meanwhile, though few are linking this good news to Biden, folks continue to spend which gives the main boost to economic growth.

Of the 2024 general election polls conducted this week alone, Trump leads in three, Biden in two, and one is tied. While the job approval numbers are all over the place, they are still averaging 41%.

He and his surrogates struck out in a planned Dearborn, Michigan, huddle as major Arab-American leaders refused even to meet because of Gaza.

And there are more poll numbers not working in the president’s favor.

Former President Donald Trump appears to have taken a substantial lead over President Joe Biden in a newly designated swing state following the 2020 election.

According to a Fox News survey, Trump receives 51 percent support in Georgia, while Biden’s support has fallen to just 43 percent.

Among the subset of Georgians who express a high level of interest in the race, 78 percent are either extremely or very interested. The voting preferences within this group are closely divided, with 52 percent favoring Trump and 43 percent supporting Biden, Fox News noted, citing the survey’s results.

Trump garners robust backing from his core constituencies, such as White evangelicals (85 percent), conservatives (76 percent), White voters lacking a college degree (74 percent), and rural voters (67 percent). Meanwhile, Biden’s support comes primarily from liberals (87 percent), Black voters (71 percent), college-educated voters (52 percent), and suburban women (52 percent), the survey said.

While Trump’s loss of suburban women to a Democratic presidential incumbent is cause for concern, other political analysts pointed to Trump’s commanding lead over Biden with voters under the age of 35 as significant.

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“Given that the Democrats won major U.S. Senate races in 2020 and 2022, Trump’s strength in this poll is somewhat surprising,” Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News Poll with Democrat Chris Anderson, told the outlet. “We can blather on (correctly) about how ‘anything can happen,’ but the reality is Biden may want to shift his focus and precious resources away from Georgia and onto other potential battleground states, such as North Carolina.”

Fox added:

In a potential five-way race, Trump still leads the pack, but both the former president and current incumbent lose support to third-party candidates: Trump gets 45%, while Biden drops to 37% support. Other candidates receive a total of 12% support: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (8%), Cornel West (3%) and Jill Stein (1%).

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