Poll: Democrats don’t want Biden to run again in 2024

By Casey Harper | The Center Square

A majority of Democrats do not want President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024, according to a new poll.

The New York Times/Siena College numbers released Monday show that only 26% of Democratic voters surveyed want Biden to receive the party’s nomination in the next presidential election in 2024. The poll found 64% of Democratic voters want a different candidate to lead their ticket.

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President Joe Biden

This trend was particularly stark with younger voters, with 94% of Democrats under 30 saying they wanted a different candidate in 2024.

At the same time, the poll found only 13% of voters think the nation is on the right track.

Record high gas prices last month, soaring inflation, and troubles abroad have all helped drive Biden’s support down. The poll found that Biden’s job performance and age are top reasons for his loss of support among his own party.

Biden is 79 years old. Overall, his approval rating dropped to 33% in the poll.

Meanwhile, incumbent lawmakers as a whole have seen a dip in their approval from the American people. Gallup released polling data Monday showing Americans are nearly split on whether their incumbent deserves to be reelected.

“A slim majority of U.S. registered voters, 53%, say their representative in Congress deserves reelection, while 41% disagree,” Gallup said. “The percentage endorsing reelection is similar to what Gallup has measured in its final pre-election reading in most recent midterm election years, ranging from 50% in 2018 to 54% in 2006 – except for 1998 and 2002, when voters were much more positive about reelecting their representative.”

Voters do, however, prefer their own representative over others nationwide.

“U.S. voters can decide only whether their own representative, if seeking reelection, gets another term,” Gallup said. “But voters are much less inclined to believe that most members of Congress deserve reelection than to think their own member does. In the latest poll, 21% of registered voters say most members of Congress are worthy of another term, while 77% disagree.”

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3 thoughts on “Poll: Democrats don’t want Biden to run again in 2024

  1. unbelievable how much damage the President et all have done in just about 17 months……
    It is Treason…….human atrocity…….criminal
    thats just how I see it

  2. If he survives his first term he will be lucky however the problem he has always had is he is a lying braindead buffoon on the first day he was elected to the senate. Who has set the nation back and caused immeasurable pain tho the American people,win reelection hardly.

  3. Here’s what I’m waiting to hear and see when it comes to when it comes to Joe Biden:

    Barrack Obama telling the American people that “I told you so” when it comes to Joe Biden……..Remember when Obama said ” Never underestimate Joe’s ability to F……things up.” Time for Obama’s words to become part of the official record of the Biden Presidency.

    Former Obama Secretary of Defense Bob Gates being again recognized for saying “I think Joe Biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades”

    During his future corruption trial, Joe Biden telling a Judge that he never spoke to his son Hunter about his business dealings with foreign countries.

    Chuck Todd, Wolf Blitizer, Jake Tapper, George Stephanopoulos, Morning Joe Scarborough and every other so called news person and talking head admit that were wrong about Joe Biden and his fitness to do any job right.

    Joe Biden clearly stating at least ten words or two complete sentences in a clear and articulate manner with our stuttering or stammering.

    Joe Biden signing a new Executive Order banning his wife Dr. Jill Biden from ever again speaking before a group of American Latinto and Latinta citizens about breakfast tacos.

    Videos of Bernie Sanders jumping for joy over Joe Biden being Joe Biden.

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