Only 1 in 5 polled say Biden should run in ’24; Trump fares nearly 10 pts better

After reportedly winning over 81 million voters in the 2020 election, a new poll revealed that voters are starting to second guess their choice for President of the United States of America.

When asked, “Should President [Joe] Biden run for president again in 2024?,” 64 percent of voters across all demographics gave a big fat thumbs down to his potential candidacy according to a YouGov poll published on Friday. Only 21% of those surveyed answered yes — Biden could not even get a majority of Democrat to give him a thumbs up, with just 43% saying yes.

Then again, perhaps it comes as no surprise that nearly two-thirds of voters don’t think Biden should run next term when he can’t even stand still and hold himself upright with a bicycle.

When asked if former President Trump should get on the campaign trail for 2024, he faired nine points better than Biden with 55 percent of voters discouraging his run for president, a nine-point lead over Biden’s potential candidacy.

Even the left has soured on Biden with only 43 percent of Democrat voters agreeing that he should toss his name in the hat for the 2024 race. On the other hand, a majority of conservatives (58%) support Trump running a third time for the presidency.

In a head-to-head contest, the poll showed that Trump would come out ahead against Biden if the election were held today with 42 percent of voters indicating they would vote for Trump compared to 39 percent that would vote for Biden. However, there were a large number (20%) of undecided voters.

Some speculated that the undecided voters in the poll don’t want to call themselves Democrats anymore but feel politically homeless due to the left’s continual assault on values like their obsession with gender fluidity.

Others were convinced that even the dismal support from the left was overrated and that it must reflect an “oversampling of democrats.”

Democrats and Republicans did have at least one thing in common – 63 percent of voters in both categories agree that assassinating political officials is off the table to protect the country from radical extremists.

This topic is all too raw after just weeks ago, a suspect was arrested for threatening to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh due to the potential flip on Roe v. Wade that would put give control of abortions back to the states instead of defining it as a constitutional right. Although the Senate gave unanimous approval for a new law that would help protect Supreme Court justices from violent attacks, 27 representatives in the House voted against the bill.


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