(PartiallyPolitics.com) – On Wednesday a new Quinnipiac University poll was released with information about a hypothetical race between President Biden and the two top candidates of the Republican Party’s 2024 primary.

According to the poll in a hypothetical matchup between Biden and former President Donald Trump, Biden would lead with 48 percent while Trump would be trailing behind him with 46 percent.

The poll also showed that in a hypothetical matchup between Biden and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who has not yet announced his intentions for 2024 but is considered Trump’s biggest challenger for the GOP nomination, DeSantis would come out on top with 48 percent, while Biden would receive 46 percent of the votes.

However, the poll also showed that in a potential head-to-head matchup between Trump and DeSantis in the GOP primary, Trump is winning with 52 percent, whereas DeSantis is quite far behind with 42 percent.

In terms of favorability, 37 percent of respondents had a favorable view of Biden, while 56 percent had an unfavorable view. Similarly, 36 percent had a favorable view of Trump, while 58 percent had an unfavorable view, and 36 percent had a favorable view of DeSantis and 39 percent had an unfavorable view of him.

The poll surveyed 1,600 registered voters from March 23-27 and had a 2.5 percent margin of error.

The results show that Biden’s reelection bid could be in a rather precarious position, with many voters being particularly concerned about the economy.

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