The majority of democrats vote ‘No’ for President Joe Biden’s second term in the White House, splashing away his re-election plan in 2024. According to a new poll from The Associated Press, NORC Centre for Public Affairs Research, only 37 per cent of democrats nod for Biden’s second term.
The conducted poll is likely to tense the Presidential race for Biden, who recently addressed his historic parliamentary achievements and suggested his abilities to govern in the future. The poll suggests, US adults want a younger leader and the 80 years president should rest and leave the stressful job.
“We honestly want to see a younger leader in office, Biden is too old”, said Sarah Overman, a democrat from North Carolina.
Overall, 41 per cent of people approve of Biden handling the presidency while 22 per cent disapproves of the president winning again. The youth in the majority is in denial of Biden’s re-election claiming his age and mental acuity are likely to keep the country back in the race around the world.
Meanwhile, Biden is repeatedly emphasising his administrative achievements namely, big legislative victories with coronavirus relief, the bipartisan infrastructure law, the CHIPS and Science Act and the tax and spending measures. The president has always highlighted his attempt to address climate change and the improved IRS’ abilities to enforce the tax code that helped the taxpayers, yet only 13 per cent show a lot of confidence in Biden’s ability to accomplish major policy goals,
The poll also shows only 23 per cent of US adults say they trust Biden to effectively manage the White House, a 28 per cent down from a year ago and a significantly lower tick than 44 per cent two years ago, just when Biden took office. And just 21 per cent believe in Biden’s ability to handle a crisis, down from 26 per cent last March.
The poll that suggests gloomy presidential chances for the president was voted by 1,068 adults and was conducted from 26 to 30 January 2023 using a sampling research design.