POLL: Voters Below Age of 40 Are More Receptive To Voting For a Third Party in 2024

According to a Rasmussen poll, 28% of likely United States voters indicated that they are likely to vote for a third party presidential candidate in the 2024 presidential election, which includes 12% who are very likely to pull the lever for a third party presidential candidate. 59% are unlikely to vote for a third party, which includes 30% who stated it’s unlikely. An additional 14% are unsure. 

47% of voters under the age of 40 stated they’re at least somewhat likely to pull the lever for a third party in the 2024 presidential election. By contrast, 24% of voters ages 40-64 and 10% of voters 65 and up are likely to vote for a third party presidential candidate.

29% stated they have voted for a third party presidential candidate in at least one prior election, whereas 65% have never voted for a third party. Among individuals who have previously voted for a third party presidential candidate, 48% stated it’s at least somewhat likely they will pull the lever for a third party presidential candidate in the 2024 presidential election.

49% of all likely voters believe third party candidates are good for democracy, whereas 24% believe third party presidential candidates are bad for democracy and an additional 27% are unsure.

47% of Democrat voters, 45% of Republican voters, and 55% of independent voters declared that third party candidates are good for democracy.

26% of both Democrat voters and Republican voters stated they have previously voted for a third party presidential candidate, in addition to 35% of independent voters.

29% of Democrat voters, 21% of Republican voters, and 34% of independent voters say it’s at least somewhat likely they’ll pull the lever for a third party presidential candidate in the 2024 presidential election.

The US political system is incredibly corrupt and its two-party system actually functions like a uniparty. In an ideal world, an America First, third party — centered on immigration restriction and a non-interventionist foreign policy — has to emerge for voters to have a rational political option. 

Unfortunately, this won’t happen anytime soon.

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