(POLL) 36% of Democrats want Gavin Newsom to challenge Pres. Biden in 2024

Many voters – including more than a third of Democrats – want California Governor Gavin Newsom to challenge President Joe Biden for the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination .

This is according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

The survey finds that 37% of likely U.S. voters have a favorable impression of Newsom, including 15% with a “very favorable” opinion of him.

Forty-three percent (43%) view Newsom unfavorably, including 32% with a “very unfavorable” impression of the California Democrat.

Another 19% are not sure.

Newsom has denied interest in the 2024 nomination, but Biden’s aides are reportedly annoyed by Newsom’s plan to debate Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on television. 

Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Democrats view Newsom favorably, including 26% with a very favorable opinion.

Newsom is also viewed at least somewhat favorably by 18% of Republicans and 34% of unaffiliated voters.

Thirty-two percent (32%) of likely voters believe Newsom should challenge Biden for the Democratic nomination, while 41% disagree and 27% are not sure.

Among Democrats, 36% say Newsom should challenge Biden in 2024 and 43% say he should not.

A Newsom primary challenge to Biden is also approved by 32% of Republicans and 29% of voters not affiliated with either major party.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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5 thoughts on “(POLL) 36% of Democrats want Gavin Newsom to challenge Pres. Biden in 2024”

  1. A “debate” between the wannabes — Governor Hair Gel vs. Jeb DeSantis — would be almost as educational as the time Fonzy jumped the shark on Happy Days.
    Have they ever held a “debate” where both participants were declared the LOSER?

    1. I don’t think so, as two cannot make a “the,” unless it’s something like “the happy couple,” but I have watched debates which were clearly between two losers.

      And, happily, in a far off time, one debate between two winners, one of whom won his Senate race (Bill Bradley) and the other of whom went on to two very reasonable terms as Governor of New Jersey (Christine Todd Whitman).

  2. These misinformed people must not live in California. The people of California who choose to remain here are going to have years of reconstruction once the criminals are gone for good.

  3. Those supporting Newsome have succumbed to the relentless propaganda and covering up by the legacy media. Any Republican yielding results like he has in his home state would be pilloried in the media and been successfully recalled by the electorate.

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