Most Democrats Don’t Want Biden To Run In 2024 As His Approval Numbers Plummet


A research by the New York Times and Siena College found that the majority of Democrats oppose Joe Biden's candidacy for president in 2024.

Given that Biden has just been in office for two years, a sizable number of Democratic voters—64 percent—do not want him to run for president again in 2024.

Democrats desire a new candidate because Biden is getting older (33%) and isn't performing well (32%), and they want someone new (15 percent ).

Even worse for Biden, the research found that 77 percent of eligible voters think that America is moving in the wrong direction. The New York Times claims that Americans are growing to hate Biden more and more because to this "bleak national outlook." Actually, according to the poll, just 33% of registered voters are happy with Biden's performance, while 60% of them are not.

More than a first-term incumbent, Biden is despised among Democrats and black voters.

According to a study, Americans are not the most concerned about racism, abortion, health care, climate change, or the former president Donald Trump.

The research found that people's top concerns are inflation and the economy.

Nicole Farrier, a Democrat who supported Biden in 2020, said the New York Times, "I went from living a comfortable lifestyle to I can’t afford anything anymore."  "I’m just going to come out and say it: I want younger blood." 

Another Democratic voter, Kelly King, thinks Biden isn't doing enough to bring about change.

King claims that Trump has made no mention of the economy. ''He hasn’t done what I think he’s capable of doing as president to help the American people. As a Democrat, I figured he would really be on our side and put us back on the right track. And I just feel like he’s not."

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on TheBlaze.

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