According to polls, less than half of Democrats want Biden to run in 2024
The nationwide poll of adults found that overall, just 22% of adults hope for Biden’s re-election.
Biden, the oldest president in history, would be 86 at the end of a second term.
“I honestly think he’d be too old,” 37-year-old Democrat Sarah Overman said Associated Press. “We could use someone younger in the office.”
“I don’t think he’s the one calling the shots,” Republican John Rodriguez, 76, said, according to the outlet. “He’s a puppet being told where to go, what to say.”
Vikram Joglekar, 46, endorsed Biden in 2020 but described the president’s term as “meh,” according to the AP. “It’s not up to me to decide whether or not someone should run,” Joglekar said. “I don’t know who will be on the ballot, but I would hope it will be someone better from their party.”
“In my opinion, he appears to be in pretty good shape, and that’s coming from a 76-year-old woman,” Democrat Linda Lockwood said, according to the AP. “As you get older you might be a little more cautious when walking down the steps, but if your brain is still working, that’s the important part.”
Former President Donald Trump announced last year that he was running for re-election — he will likely face the GOP’s main challengers as he attempts to win the Republican presidential nomination. Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is reportedly planning to announce a White House bid this month.
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https://www.theblaze.com/news/poll-fewer-half-democrats-biden According to polls, less than half of Democrats want Biden to run in 2024