Trump and Biden in dead heat for 2024 rematch: poll
The survey also showed that Trump remains the frontrunner in his bid for the Republican Party nomination.
President Joe Biden are tied in a potential 2024 rematch, according to a recent survey.
The pair each received 38% support in the latest Marquette survey. Twenty percent opted for another candidate while 4% said they would not vote. The January edition of the survey also saw the pair tie, earning 40% each, indicating that respondents have become modestly more open to alternative choices.
The survey also showed that Trump remains the frontrunner in his bid for the Republican Party nomination, earning 40% support to Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis's 35%. Former Vice President Mike Pence and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley each received 5% support.
Of those four, only Trump and Haley have officially announced their candidacies. The Florida governor, however, holds a commanding lead in a head-to-head matchup, beating Trump 54% to 46%.
DeSantis also held a tiny lead over Biden in a general matchup, claiming 42% support to the commander-in-chief's 41% while 13% chose someone else and 4% would not vote.
Conducted between March 13-22, the survey questioned 1,004 adults and has a margin of error of +/- 3.8%.
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