Biden’s Thanksgiving disaster: New poll shows Trump BEATING Biden in 2024 – after voters say they disapprove of his handling of Israel crisis and after confused appearance at APEC
- New NBC News polling for the first time shows Biden losing to Trump in 2024
- Comes after other dismal polling that shows Trump ahead in key swing states
- The new poll also has Biden’s approval at an all-time-low of 40 percent
President Joe Biden faced yet another blow Sunday with a new poll showing him losing to Donald Trump in the 2024 general election.
A new NBC News poll released on Sunday shows 46 percent of registered voters would vote for Trump in 2024 compared to the 44 percent who said they would cast their ballot for the current president.
In September, the same polling showed the men tied at 46 percent each.
Additionally, in June, Biden was narrowly ahead of Trump by 4 points – 49 percent to 45 percent.
The results Sunday are the first time the poll has shown Trump ahead of Biden.
Notably, Trump’s advantage over Biden is within the survey’s 3.1 percent margin of error.
President Joe Biden faced yet another blow Sunday with a new poll showing him losing to Donald Trump in the 2024 general election
The NBC News poll released on Sunday is the first time Trump is shown ahead of Biden. The poll has the ex-president with 46% support from registered voters and Biden with 44%
The latest comes after a New York Times poll taken late October through early November showed Trump beating Biden in five of the six battleground states key to winning the 2024 election.
As polling filters in, Biden is coming off of his participation in the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in San Francisco, where he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping amid rising tensions with the communist nation.
Biden’s polling continues to flail amid a series of disasters, including increased economic decline and the prevailing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
The President has faced immense criticism from pro-Palestine Democrats upset over his continued support of Israel in its counterstrikes against Hamas terrorists operating in Palestinian stronghold of Gaza.
He also faced criticism for a swanky dinner featuring Xi as the ‘guest of honor’ just hours after the President called him a dictator.
The NBC News poll also shows Biden at an all-time-low approval rating of 40 percent, which is a one-point decline from September.
His disapproval stands at a whopping 57 percent.
The first time the polling showed Biden’s approval dipping below his disapproval was in October.
The NBC News poll was conducted November 10-14 and surveyed 1,000 registered voters.
The same NBC News poll showed Biden’s approval at an all-time-low of 40% and disapproval skyrocketing to 57%
Additionally, the dismal polling comes as a growing number of voters do not approve of Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war
Biden’s declining approval and polling loss to Trump comes on the heels of an APEC trip where he faced criticism not only for meeting with Xi, but also for another moment where he appeared exceedingly confused.
The president, who turns 81 on Monday, stood with world leaders and gave an awkward handshake as he walked off stage.
One man seems to switch places with another while posing for a photo op – while Biden appears bewildered watching the incident unfold.
It followed Biden giving up on pronouncing the challenging name of a corporate entity during remarks at the APEC summit on Thursday.
‘IBM, Organon, Visa. Look, they make up, they make our region more resilient, make it more secure,’ Biden said, reeling off the name of firms.
‘Here in this world renowned hub of innovation, leading tech companies like Anthropic and – I’m going to mispronounce. I’m not going to even try,’ Biden said, stopping himself.
‘It’s better not to try and not mispronounce than try and mispronounce,’ he observed, before continuing on with his remarks. ‘Point is small and medium-sized business startups are getting an accent as well,’ Biden said.
Biden appeared confused as he stood with world leaders at APEC summit and performed an awkward handshake as he walked off stage