For the 2024 US presidential election(US Presidential Election 2024) Politics is heating up in America. All the aspirants are preparing to stand in the presidential race.
The current president Joe Bidenformer President Donald Trump has already officially announced that they are contesting in the presidential election. Along with them, some prominent figures in the Democratic and Republican parties have also announced that they are contesting in the presidential election.
Others are preparing for action. It is known that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is a key leader in the Republican Party, has also stood in the presidential race.
Along with them, former Vice President Mike Pence, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, former Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie and Indo-American billionaire Vivek Ramaswamy are trying their luck from that party.
As an independent candidate in the presidential election Robert F Kennedy (Robert Kennedy) Jr.’s arrival has heated up American politics. According to polls, Trump’s chances of victory will be severely damaged by the arrival of Kennedy compared to Biden.
Robert, until recently a Democrat, entered the presidential race as an independent candidate last week, and analysts say his decision could have a major impact on the outcome of the election.
Because he has a large number of supporters from Democrats and Republicans. In addition to this, he is against vaccines and is a lawyer by nature.
Kennedy’s party changes in an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist National poll released this week. BidenCompared to (Joe Biden), it has been shown that it will cause more damage to Trump. If the election is held now, Biden will get 44 percent, Trump will get 37 percent, and Kennedy will get 16 percent. The survey revealed that 3 percent will be neutral. If Trump loses 10 percent of the votes due to Kennedy entering the ring independently, Biden will get 5 percent. According to the latest Morning Consult poll tracked by Benzinga regarding Republican voters, former President Donald Trump is still in the lead among Republicans.
But now the survey revealed that his support is decreasing. In this week’s poll, Trump received 59 percent of the votes, compared to 61 percent the previous week. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (Ron DeSantis) increased from 12 to 14 percent.
Nikki Haley and Mike Pence also gained one percent of the vote.