71% of Voters Don’t Want Joe Biden to Run for Re-Election in 2024
According to a recent Harvard CAPS-Harris poll, a resounding majority of American voters don’t want to see Joe Biden run for re-election in 2024.
Specifically, 71% of Americans who were surveyed indicated that they don’t want Biden to run for re-election. Only 29% indicated that Biden should pursue a second term.
45% revealed that Biden should not pursue a second term because “he’s a bad president.” 30% said Biden is “too old” and 26% stated “it’s time for a change.” Biden will turn 80 on November 20.
Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS–Harris Poll said that Biden may likely run again, but “the voters say ‘no,’” per a report by The Hill. Penn added, “only 30 percent of Democrats would even vote for him [Biden] in a Democratic presidential primary.”
This same poll also revealed that American voters are becoming more pessimistic about the country’s economic condition and the way the country is going. Roughly two-thirds of voters indicated that they are financially “getting worse.”
Moreover, less than 25% of voters stated that the US is on the right path. The majority of voters believe Congress should be concentrated on investigating matters like crime and inflation as opposed to the January 6 storming of the Capitol.
Democrats are expected to take a beating in the 2022 midterms. If things continue as they are, Republicans should be poised to take back the White House in 2024. However, the fight is only just beginning.
Right-wing populists must make it a point to have their faction come out on top and ensure that neoconservatives and other subversives don’t take control of the Republican Party. We can no longer afford to have zombie neocons and other permutations of Conservatism Inc. continue to have political power.
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