A new poll released today shows former President Donald Trump has 48% support for the White House in comparison to President Biden with 46% of support. The poll also found 52% of voters would like to see additional candidates running in the 2024 presidential race – with Republicans being the most satisfied with their options and Democrats being the least satisfied.
Faculty experts at George Washington University are available to offer insight, analysis and commentary on Trump’s current lead. If you would like to speak with an expert, please contact GW Media Relations Specialists Tayah Frye at [email protected].
Todd Belt, director of the Political Management master’s program at the GW Graduate School of Political Management, is an expert on the presidency who can offer extensive insight into the 2024 race for the White House and Biden’s chances of pulling ahead in the race.
Matt Dallek is a professor at the GW Graduate School of Political Management and the author of the new book “Birchers: How the John Birch Society Radicalized the American Right.” Professor Dallek is an expert on the American conservative movement who can analyze the issues and themes that are allowing Republican presidential candidates to pull ahead.
Danny Hayes, professor of political science, is an expert on campaigns and elections who can discuss the current election landscape and provide insights and analysis on current campaign strategies.
Chris Warshaw is an associate professor of political science whose research explores the links between public opinion, elections, and political outcomes in city and state governments, as well as Congress.