Democrats will be ready to ditch Joe Biden over what a Nevada poll revealed about Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis

Jul 14, 2022

Joe Biden is already the most unpopular President in American history.

But his approval ratings are tanking even lower with no signs of improvement in sight.

And Democrats will be ready to ditch Joe Biden over what a Nevada poll revealed about Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.

Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis are the two most popular Republicans in America.

If for some reason Donald Trump decides not to run for President in 2024, polls consistently show Ron DeSantis would be the clear frontrunner for the GOP nomination.

No other Republican comes close to the amount of support Trump and DeSantis enjoy from GOP voters nationwide.

Of course, this also makes Trump and DeSantis the two Republicans who Democrats fear the most.

The thought of an old and senile Joe Biden taking on Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis in 2024 terrifies Democrats.

As Joe Biden’s poll numbers continue to drop and drag down Democrats across the board, more and more of his allies and members of the corporate-controlled media are starting to turn on him.

Many Democrats are even openly discussing replacing Joe Biden with someone else in 2024.

Former top strategist for Barack Obama, David Axelrod, publicly admitted to The New York Times that he believed Biden’s age would be too much of an issue for him to run again in 2024.

Even left-wing journalists on networks like CNN have been talking more about Joe Biden’s age and severe cognitive decline.

According to reports, Joe Biden is frustrated by the number of Democrats who don’t think he should run for re-election in two years.

But a new poll out of Nevada is about to make even more Democrats ready to ditch Joe Biden.

A KLAS TV-The Hill-Emerson College poll released on Wednesday showed both Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis defeating Joe Biden in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup.

The poll showed Donald Trump defeating Joe Biden 43 to 40, with 13 percent saying they would vote for someone else.

Even though both Trump and DeSantis beat Biden, the Florida Governor fared a little better off than the former President.

When the same question was asked about DeSantis, he defeated Biden by 43 to 38 percent, with 11 percent saying they would vote for another candidate.

The poll also revealed Hispanic voters are trending more and more towards the GOP.

“A demographic Biden is struggling with are Hispanic voters: in potential general election matchups Trump leads Biden 45% to 37% and DeSantis leads Biden 38% to 34% among [Hispanic] voters in Nevada,” Spencer Kimball, executive director of Emerson College Polling, said in a statement.

Nevada is a key battleground state for control of the U.S. Senate in November.

With Trump and DeSantis both defeating Biden in this critical state, more Democrats will likely begin calling for replacing him in 2024.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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