The vast majority of respondents believe President Joe Biden should not run for re-election in 2024, according to a new poll. According to the Yahoo/YouGov poll, 64% of people believe Biden should not run, down 9 points. than Trump’s approval rating.
Additionally, according to Mediaite, the same poll found Trump would defeat Biden in a rematch, with 55 percent saying they didn’t want the former president to run. Biden received 21% of the yes column vote,
compared to 31% for Trump.
The poll also contains additional negative news for Biden. Even among Democrats, the majority don’t want him to run for re-election: only 42% of respondents want him to, while 36% say he shouldn’t. Meanwhile, a large majority of Republicans, 58%, would support Trump’s re-election. while only a quarter or 25% would object. Worse, only 40% of those who voted for him in 2020 want him to run again, while 37% of those people don’t. According to the poll, Trump would win a rematch of 42 percent to 39 percent.
While the poll results are partly due to the deteriorating economic situation most Americans find themselves in high inflation that has caused sharp increases in the price of gasoline, diesel fuel, food, and energy: They were made before Biden’s nasty bike crash in near his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on Saturday. Overall, Biden’s approval ratings have been falling for about a year, and he now has worse approval ratings than his predecessor.
He is reportedly not happy about it. According to NBC News at the end of May, he was also irritated. of aides and subordinates who immediately “corrected the notes” and “explained what he really meant” after virtually every significant political statement he made. According to the source, people close to Biden say he’s concerned about his low
approval ratings and wants to get back on his feet. voters’ confidence in his ability to deliver the strong leadership he promised during the campaign.
The crises have piled up in ways that have left the Biden White House unprepared: record inflation, high gas prices, a spike in the number of Covid-19 cases, and now a school massacre in New York, Texas, that’s one another chilling reminder of his failure to persuade Congress to pass gun violence reduction legislation. Democratic leaders are at a loss as to how he might revive his prospects ahead of the November midterm elections when his party’s control of Congress
could be in jeopardy.
“I’m not sure what’s required here,” he said. Rep. James Clyburn, a South Carolina Democrat whose support for Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary helped save his campaign. “However, I am aware that the poll numbers have stagnated for far too long. According to the source, major personnel changes are expected, which will most likely take place immediately after the November midterm elections.
“They came in with arguably the most daunting set of challenges since Franklin D. Roosevelt, only to be hit by a perfect storm of crises, from Ukraine to inflation to the supply chain to baby formula,” said Chris Whipple, author of a book about White House chiefs of staff who is now working on a book about the Biden presidency. “What’s next?” says the narrator. Locusts?”
Biden, it appears, has similar thoughts.
“I’ve heard him joke recently that everything landed on his desk but locusts during President Obama’s tenure, and now he understands how that feels,” a White House official said.
“Biden is dissatisfied. “If it’s not one issue, it’s something else,” a source close to the president said.
Individual members of the Democratic Party are bickering among themselves and pointing fingers at Biden’s administration’s failures to make progress on several critical topics, which they see as jeopardizing their chances of keeping control of Congress after the fall elections.