The upcoming 2024 Presidential Election is generating a lot of buzzes as the race for the White House heats up. On the Republican side, there is a diverse group of candidates, including former President Donald Trump, rapper and entrepreneur Kanye West, and several governors and representatives. On the Democratic side, we have current President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, along with several governors and senators.

The campaign trail promises to be an exciting and hotly contested affair, with each candidate focusing on different issues and trying to differentiate themselves from their opponents. With such a wide range of candidates from both parties, this election is shaping up to be one of the most interesting and contested in recent history.

Many are already speculating about who might come out on top in the November 2024 47th Presidential Election, but one thing is for sure – this will be a wild political ride.

Hence, Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey on public opinion on 2024 U.S. Presidential Election candidates to determine the public’s view on the U.S. Presidential Election 2024 and the key factors influencing the 2024 U.S. Presidential Election.


  • 61.2% are aware of the upcoming U.S. presidential election
  • 18.49% expect Donald Trump to win from the Republican Party
  • 16.88% predict Joe Biden will win from the Democratic Party

According to figure 1, the majority (61.2%) are well aware of the U.S. Presidential Election 2024, 31.31% too, but with limited knowledge, and 7.49% are unaware.

Figure 1: The majority are aware of the upcoming US presidential election.

Among these respondents, 37.16% said they always keep themselves updated on the upcoming U.S. Presidential Election 2024, followed by very often (24.87%), occasionally (21.3%), rarely (10.22%), and never (6.45%).

In addition, 41.59% of the respondents support the Democratic Party, compared to 32.54% who support the Republican Party and 25.87% who do not support either.

Republican Presidential Candidate 2024

According to our survey, 18.49% say that former President Donald Trump would win from the Republican Party, followed by Mike Pence (8.57%), Larry Hogan (6.69%), Liz Cheney (5.31%), Ron DeSantis (5.22%), Kanye West (5.11%), and Gret Abbot (4.39%).

On the other hand, 16.88% say that current President Joe Biden would win from the Democratic Party, followed by Kamala Harris (9.74%), Amy Klobuchar (5.53%), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortzen (4.99%), Stacey Abrams (4.97%), Gavin Newsom (4.96%), Pete Buttigieg (4.89%), and Gretchen Whitmer (4.39%).

Among this face-off, 28.39% said that Joe Biden would highly likely win the U.S. Presidential Election 2024, 27.38% said likely, whereas 25.12% unlikely, 9.36% highly unlikely, and 9.75% remained unsure.

Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump

According to the respondents, between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, 25.52% reported that they feel extremely satisfied with President Joe Biden, followed by satisfied (24.15%), neutral (38.5%), dissatisfied (9.09%), extremely dissatisfied (2.74%).

Similarly, 12.96% of respondents were excited about Trump’s presidency re-run, 9.62% felt relieved, 22.71% remained neutral, 13.11% were confused, 23.03% were annoyed, and 18.57% were indifferent.

Kanye West’s 2024 Presidential Campaign

Despite being embroiled in a number of issues due to his recent behavior, rapper Kanye West has declared his intention to run for US president in 2024. The celebrity, whose name is now Ye legally, released a video of his campaign logo on social media with the comment “Ye 24.”

Figure 2 shows the respondents’ reactions to Kanye West’s presidential run. 11.11% were excited, 10.15% were relieved,  29.04% stood neutral, 12.6% were confused, 15.36% were annoyed, and 21.74% were indifferent.

Figure 2: Mixed reactions regarding Ye’s presidential run

What Problems Should the 47th Presidential Candidates Address?

According to figure 3, 28.22% of the respondents state healthcare as a crucial factor to address, compared to 24.95% who said the economy. 14.67% said climate change, 9.5% said crime and justice system, 9.12% said diplomacy, 5.39% said immigration and 4.92% said education.

Figure 3: Healthcare and the Economy see similar votes.

Lastly, we asked our respondents what factors would affect the results of the U.S. Presidential Election 2024. 10.94% said the current recession and economic crisis, the Russia-Ukraine war, said 10.17%, U.S-China tensions (6.76%), the rise of gun violence (6.19%), Biden’s bill to cancel student loans (4.45%), and abortion and contraception policy (4.97%).


Survey TitlePublic Opinion on 2024 U.S. Presidential Election Candidates
DurationJanuary 26, 2023 – February 02, 2023
Number of Participants10,000
DemographicsMales and females, aged 21 to 99
Participating Countries Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, China (Hong Kong) China (Macao), China (Taiwan), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Greanada, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Malaysia, Maldives, Maluritania, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar [Burma], Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zimbabwe.