China News Service, February 6. According to the American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) report, a poll conducted by ABC and the Washington Post showed that due to dissatisfaction with Biden and Trump, most voters are dissatisfied with the two in 2024. There is no interest in a rematch in the general election.

Data map: Biden.

  According to reports, nearly 60% of Democratic adults do not want to see Biden win the party's nomination again; on the Republican side, about half do not want to see Trump become their party's presidential nominee.

  As previously reported, Trump announced in November 2022 that he would run for president again, but he faced many potential party challengers.

  Biden has said he intends to seek re-election but has not formally announced his 2024 presidential bid.

  Assuming the two face off again in 2024, the approval ratings of Trump and Biden are 48% to 45%, respectively.

Data map: Trump.

  In addition, polls show that since September 2021, Biden's overall job performance rating has been at a low point.

He received just 37 percent approval on his handling of the economy, 38 percent on Ukraine and 28 percent on immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border.

  Four in 10 respondents said their economy has gotten worse since Biden became president, the highest proportion in the 37-year history of the ABC/Washington Post poll.

Only 16% said they were "better off" financially.

  When asked about the classified documents scandal involving Biden and Trump, 45% said Trump "intentionally did something illegal," compared with 17% who held that view for Biden.

Nearly half think Biden "acted wrongly but not on purpose," and 16 percent think he did nothing wrong.