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An Unsettled Electorate: How Uncertainty and Apathy Are Shaping the 2024 Election
AEI
2024.06.19
The 2024 presidential election candidates are widely disliked. Roughly as many Americans hold negative opinions of Donald Trump or Joe Biden as say they favor either candidate. Biden and Trump are effectively tied in two-party vote among registered voters (51 percent vs. 49 percent).
Pessimism is on the rise. Nearly six in 10 Americans say the country’s best days are behind it, and 61 percent say the country’s national economic outlook is worsening.
College-educated women (59 percent) and men (52 percent) are most likely to say their gender made their lives more or less difficult than others’. Six in 10 (61 percent) of black Americans say their race has made things more difficult.
Young men are increasingly likely to say the push for gender equality has gone too far (19 percent), while a firm majority of young women say the US has not gone far enough toward giving women equal rights (60 percent).