POLL: 57% of Democrats Believe Joe Biden Shouldn’t Run for Re-Election in 2024
According to the CNBC All-America Economic Survey published on December 10, 2022, 57% of Democratic voters are against Biden’s re-election effort in 2024.
70% of all Americans surveyed in this poll agree with this sentiment. Moreover 66% of independents and 86% of Republicans believe Biden should not pursue a second term.
According to a Press TV report, Biden has repeatedly told his inner circle that he plans on running for a second term in 2024. If he is re-elected, Biden would be 82 at the start of his second term.
The Biden regime has been marked by alarming levels of inflation, rising crime, and a collapsing southern border. On top of that, the Biden regime has pursued an increasingly unpopular proxy war against Russia in Ukraine. Tens of billions of dollars in military and economic aid have been dumped into Ukraine while the US remains in a precarious economic state.
The combination of all of these factors have created an aura of unpopularity for Biden. With California Governor Gavin Newsom’s profile skyrocketing especially during the Wuhan virus pandemic, Biden might have a credible primary challenger.
Republicans appear to be in a good position for taking back the White House in 2024 due to how bad the Biden regime is. However, Republicans winning is not enough. Ultimately, the right Republican — ideally, an America First nationalist — must win.
People hate the DC uniparty and its two wings in the Democratic and Republican party. This dynamic makes it easier for dissident movements on the Right to enter the political arena and shake things up. But it will take hard work and vigilance on activists’ part to ensure that the right candidates are put forward and brought to power.