New poll finds Americans DON'T want a 2020 v. Biden rematch trends now

New poll finds Americans DON'T want a 2020 v. Biden rematch trends now
New poll finds Americans DON'T want a 2020 Trump v. Biden rematch trends now

New poll finds Americans DON'T want a 2020 Trump v. Biden rematch trends now

Most Americans are not looking forward to a rematch between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in 2024 and want other candidates instead, a new poll reveals.

A hypothetical head-to-heads matchup between the president and his predecessor, however, shows that Trump would win by 3 percent, which is within the margin of error.

If Biden ran for a second term in 2024, 30 percent of Americans said they would be 'angry', while another 32 percent said that they would be 'dissatisfied but not angry,' according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released Sunday.

Only 7 percent of respondents said they would be 'enthusiastic' if Biden won reelection and 29 percent said while they would be 'satisfied', they would not be enthusiastic.

The prospects weren't much better for another Trump presidency.

Thirty-six percent of the 1,003 people polled said they would be 'angry' if he won four more years while 20 percent said they would be 'dissatisfied.'

Donald Trump speaks in South Carolina for his first day of high-profile campaigning for the 2024 election

Joe Biden boards Air Force One at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, New York Saturday

A new poll shows that Americans are not looking forward to the prospects of a 2020 rematch between President Joe Biden (right) and his predecessor Donald Trump (left) 

The ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that only 7% of voters are 'enthusiastic' about a Biden reelection bid while 17% feel the same about a second term with Trump

The ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that only 7% of voters are 'enthusiastic' about a Biden reelection bid while 17% feel the same about a second term with Trump 

Meanwhile, the former president did fare better with the positive side of the spectrum than Biden with 17 percent saying they would be enthusiastic for another Trump White House and 26 percent saying they would be satisfied.

Trump was not pleased with the latest poll, responding with ire on his social media website Truth Social on Sunday morning by employing his insulting monikers for two outlets that conducted the poll – 'ABC fake news' and the 'Washington compost.'

'For all of my many supporters, and the number is higher than ever before, I am pleased to report that 'our' Poll numbers are Excellent,' Trump insisted in his post.

'Polls are important, but many have proven to be so corrupt, wrong, or incompetent in the past,' he added, 'especially, those of ABC FAKE NEWS/WASHINGTON COMPOST; FOX FAKE NEWS; and NBC FAKE NEWS/GLOBALIST STREET JOURNAL,

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