Trump Would Beat Biden if Election Were Held Today, as 6 Times as Many Democrats as Republicans Regret Their Vote

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If the next presidential election were held today, former Republican President Donald Trump would defeat current Democrat President Joe Biden, a new, national Rasmussen survey reveals.

While 43% of U.S. likely voters say they would now vote for Trump, only 37% say they would vote for Biden and 14% would opt for some other candidate.

Voter regret regarding the choice made in the 2020 election is a major reason Trump would come out on top today, as six times as many Biden voters (12%) as Trump voters (2%) say they are sorry they voted for the candidate they did in the last election, Rasmussen reports:

“If a rematch of the 2020 election were held now, Trump would win, because only 79% of Biden voters say they would vote for him again and seven percent (7%) would switch their vote to Trump. By comparison, 81% of Trump’s 2020 voters would vote for him again and just two percent (2%) would switch to Biden.”

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