Election 2024: What’s Next?

Election 2024: What’s Next?

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In the aftermath of President Joe Biden’s decision to drop out of the presidential race, former President Donald Trump and Vice President Kamala Harris are competitive among the national electorate. In a multicandidate field which includes Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Cornel West, Jill Stein, and Chase Oliver, Trump and Harris tie. Democrats have fallen in line behind Harris with more than three in four saying Harris should be their party’s nominee. There is less consensus as to who the Democratic candidate for Vice President should be. As for Biden, most Americans agree with the president’s decision to step aside, and a plurality thinks Biden’s exit will bolster the Democrats’ chances of winning.

Biden +2 Percentage Points Against Trump, Despite Concerns about Biden’s Mental Fitness
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Contest for President Still “Up for Grabs”

Majority Thinks U.S. is Becoming Less Patriotic, But Most Know from Whom the U.S. Won Its Independence
Marist National Poll

U.S. Patriotism

More Americans Would Not Want Their Child to be President
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Future U.S. President?

Biden and Trump Tied Nationally
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The 2024 Presidential Election

Trump Edges Biden by 2 Percentage Points in Pennsylvania, Casey Bests McCormick for U.S. Senate
Marist Pennsylvania Poll

The 2024 Elections in Pennsylvania

Trump Leads Biden by 7 Points, Brown up by 5 Points Over Moreno
Marist Ohio Poll

The 2024 Elections in Ohio

Biden and Trump Locked in Tight Race Nationally...West & Stein, Not RFK, Make Difference in Multi-Candidate Field
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November’s Presidential Election May 2024

Nearly Half of Americans Think U.S. Could See Another Civil War
Marist National Poll

A Nation Divided?

Biden and Trump Competitive in Two-Way and Multi-Candidate Fields
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2024 Race for the White House