According to a new poll, over two-thirds of Democratic voters do not want President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024.
64 percent of respondents indicated they would prefer the party pick a new president in 2024 in a study conducted by the New York Times and Siena College and published on Monday.
The top two reasons given by respondents for wanting another candidate were identified as Biden's age and professional performance.
Notably, the survey found that 94% of respondents under the age of 30 believe that Democrats should select someone other than Biden, who would take office as the oldest president in US history.
Biden is receiving harsh criticism for his behavior at the same time as this is happening, which raises more concerns about his mental fitness for office.
In a Truth Social post on Sunday, Donald Trump, the 45th president, emphasized how many individuals Biden's age and older are still as capable and intellectual as ever.
Trump claims that Biden is not one of them.
Biden's cognitive and mental challenges are unconnected to his age, Trump underscored, adding that life doesn't begin in earnest until 80.
It appears that Biden has become the most hated president in the preceding 75 years, adding fuel to the fire while America battles with increasing economic and social issues.
According to a poll conducted on Monday by FiveThirtyEight, Biden has the lowest popularity rating of any president since 1945, with the exception of Harry Truman, at 38%.
In 1946, Truman had a 33 percent approval rating.
This can be compared to Dwight Eisenhower's approval rating of 70%, Richard Nixon's approval rating of 54 percent, and Trump's approval rating of 42 percent during the same time of his presidency.
According to the poll, Republican presidents outperformed their Democratic rivals in the second year of their terms.