60% of Americans think it would be bad for the country if Trump ran for president again in 2024: poll

A Trump 2024 flag is held by people in front of U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-FL (pictured above), who arrives to address supporters at a Matt Gaetz Florida Man Freedom Tour event at Hilton Melbourne Beach on July 31, 2021. Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesQuinnipiac University's poll revealed that 60% of Americans think a Trump 2024 bid would hurt the country.A poll found that 54% Americans do not believe President Biden will run for re-election in 2024.From 49% in May, 46% now approve of Biden as President.Check out more stories from Insider's business page.According to a Quinnipiac University survey, six in ten Americans think it would be bad for America if Donald Trump runs again in 2024. The poll was released Wednesday.These results reveal a split between the parties: 73% of Republicans believe a Trump 2024 bid is good for the country while 95% of Democrats believe it would be disastrous. A little over 60% of independent voters believe that Trump should not run again. Yet, 49% believe Trump will run again. 39% think he won’t.Although President Joe Biden's approval is high (46% approve, 43% disapprove), the poll shows that his support is limited. 48% of Americans say it would hurt the country if he ran for a second term and 74% of Democrats think it would be good.The poll found that 54% of Americans think Biden won't run for re-election in 2024. Only 33% agreed. Even though 73% of Republicans believed that Biden would not run again, 45% of Democrats agreed, which is a majority.When asked which party they preferred to control Congress, 45% chose the Democratic Party and 42% chose it.A poll revealed that there is a growing polarization surrounding the attack on the US Capitol on January 6. 75% of Republicans believe too much has been made of the incident and it's time for us to move on. 94% of Democrats agree that it was an attack against democracy that must never be forgotten. Despite 63% still supporting the congressional investigation into the attack, 59% of Americans say it won't lead to any significant policy changes.Continue the storyQuinnipiac University polled 1,290 adults across the country from July 27 through August 2. It had a margin error of 2.7 percent.Trump is still under intense scrutiny. In July, the Trump Organization's CFO was arrested. The latest evidence that he pressured the Justice Department to declare the election "corrupt" as well as the racism and violence committed by the pro-Trump protesters on Jan. 6 has been the focus of news stories.Business Insider has the original article.