(The Hill) – Many Americans are not excited about a potential rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, according to a new poll, with more respondents saying they feel “exhaustion” over the prospects than anything else.

A 38% plurality of respondents reported they felt “exhaustion” over the idea of a rematch, according to the Yahoo News/YouGov poll. The other emotions that people said the rematch inspires are not much more positive, with 29% feeling “fear” and 23% “sadness and fear.”

Far fewer people felt positively about the potential of a rematch, with 23% reporting “hope,” 8% saying they felt “pride” and 7% saying “gratitude.”

The poll shows a strong lack of enthusiasm about a Biden-Trump rematch, which, despite the lagging support, seems like one of the likeliest outcomes of the 2024 primary season.

Trump held a strong lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and other Republicans in the new survey, with a 14-point lead over the Florida governor, who is expected to announce a White House bid, with a full primary field and a 16-point advantage in a head-to-head matchup.

For Biden the poll showcased the precarious position the Democratic Party finds itself in ahead of the 2024 election. Just 27% of all respondents said Biden should run for reelection and just 43% of Democrats or Democratic leaning independents said he should be the party’s nominee.

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But the survey also showed Biden with a lead over both Trump (46% to 42%) and DeSantis (45% to 41%) among registered voters.

The poll was conducted between April 14 and April 17 among 1,530 adults. The margin of error was 2.8 percentage points.