POLL: 35% of Democrats Believe RFK Jr. Could Win the Democratic Party Nomination in 2024
Roughly half of American voters hold a favorable opinion of Democratic Party presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. According to a Rasmussen Poll, over a third of Democratic voters believe that he could receive the Democratic Party nomination in 2024.
49% of likely United States voters have favorable views of RFK Jr., which includes 14% who have a very favorable opinion. 38% have an unfavorable view of Kennedy, which includes 18% with a “very unfavorable” view. An additional 14% are unsure about RFK Jr.
31% believe it’s likely RFK Jr. will receive the Democratic presidential nomination in 2024. However, only 9% believe it’s very lIkely. 57% view a Kennedy nomination as an unlikely scenario, which includes 28% who believe it’s not at all likely. 11% are unsure.
Among Democratic voters, 35% believe it’s at least somewhat likely RFK Jr. will receive the Democratic Party nomination in 2024, which includes 10% who say it’s very likely. 31% of Republican voters and 26% of independent voters believe it’s at least somewhat likely Kennedy ends up being the 2024 Democratic presidential candidate.
47% of white voters, 46% of black voters, and 54% of other non-black minorities hold a favorable opinion of RFK Jr. 29% of white voters, 33% of black voters, and 41% of other non-black minorities believe it’s at least somewhat likely Kennedy will be at the top of the Democratic Party presidential ticket.
As far as income goes, voters making over $200,000 annually are more likely to hold an unfavorable view of RFK Jr.
RFK Jr. has views that are antithetical to America First populism. However, he does bring much needed dissident energy to the Democratic Party by challenging them on issues such as foreign policy and Big Pharma’s undue influence in American society.
We need more of that in an American political system that has otherwise become a stale uniparty.