A new poll from USA Today-Ipsos will have the Democrat party scrambling to find another candidate for 2024.
According to the Hill, the poll found that over half of Democratic voters surveyed said President Biden should not run for a second term in 2024.
56 percent of Democratic voters are against a reelection bid from Biden.
Additionally, on the flip side, the poll found that 82 percent of Republican voters think former President Trump could win the 2024 election, and 59 percent think he “deserves reelection” and should be the Republican nominee.
Interestingly, 90 percent of Republican voters think Trump “is willing to use all tools at their disposal to get things done for the country,” compared with 73 percent of Democrats who said the same of Biden.
As we previously reported, Biden is the oldest U.S. president ever elected and in November, he will be 80 years old. At the time when voters go to cast their votes in the 2024 election on Tuesday, November 5, 2024, Biden will be roughly two weeks away from turning 82 years old.
Although the 2024 election is more than two years away, Democrats are already refusing to say whether or not Biden should run for reelection. Here’s Democrat Representative Jamaal Bowman from New York repeatedly dodging questions regarding a possible Biden reelection on CNN’s “State of the Union” program.