November 2024 is a ways off just yet, a lot can happen in the next 20+ months.
According to a recent Marquette Law School poll, 63% of voters would rather see DeSantis as the GOP pick over former President Donald Trump, who received only 36% support in the survey.
Among Republican-identifying respondents, DeSantis — who has not said he is interested in running for president in 2024 — secured a 10-point lead over the former president, gaining 55% support over 45% for Trump. The Marquette Law School survey was conducted from Nov. 15-22, with a margin of error of 3.7 percentage points.
Another 2024 survey, conducted by The Marist Poll, found that 52% of Republicans believe the GOP has the best chance of winning the next presidential election if a candidate other than Trump, who announced his 2024 candidacy in mid-November, was on the general election ballot.
Neither Trump nor Biden? Polls show where voters stand in support of top 2024 presidential contenders
Recent polls have found that most voters would like to see Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the 2024 GOP nominee over Donald Trump, while President Biden's approval remains higher than his rumored opponents.