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Just 1 in 4 Michigan Democrats enthusiastic about Biden being the nominee: poll

President Biden is experiencing a collapse in enthusiasm among Democratic voters in Michigan, according to a new poll. 

Just 27% of Democrats in the Great Lake State say there are 'enthusiastic' for Biden as their party's presidential nominee, according to the Washington Post-Monmouth poll. 

Approximately 51% of Democratic voters in the state say they would be 'satisfied' with Biden as the Democratic nominee, and 19% say they would be 'dissatisfied' or 'upset.'

By contrast, approximately 45% of Michigan Republicans report being 'enthusiastic' about former President Trump as their party's nominee.  

Approximately 31% of GOP voters in the state say they would be 'satisfied' to have Trump as the Republican presidential nominee in 2024.

About 21% of Michigan Republicans say they would be 'unsatisfied' or 'upset' with Trump leading the party into the election.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that Americans are increasingly unsatisfied with the prospect of a Biden-Trump rematch in 2024.

Approximately 56% of U.S. adults report they would feel 'very' or 'somewhat' dissatisfied with Biden as the Democratic nominee. 

Meanwhile, about 58% of U.S. adults say they would feel dissatisfied with Trump representing the GOP.

Approximately 42% of respondents said they view Biden favorably, compared to 36% for Trump.

The Post-Monmouth poll surveyed 1,066 potential voters in Michigan between Dec. 7 and Dec. 11. Its reported margin of error is +/-4.4%. 

The Associated Press-NORC poll surveyed 1,074 US adults selected via the NORC's AmeriSpeak Panel. It was conducted between Nov. 30 and Dec. 4 and reports a margin of error of +/-4%.


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