With questions about Joe Biden’s mental and physical fitness gearing up for reelection mounting, a new poll has Americans on both sides of the political aisle sounding the alarm. The Harvard/Harris survey clearly suggests that people have an increasingly dim view of his ability to handle himself in office. So what are these new results telling us, who’s saying what, and why do they matter? Keep watching to find out!
It has been revealed in the latest Harvard/Harris survey that six in ten Americans doubt Joe Biden’s mental capacity to run for president again in 2024, and 65 percent agree that he is too old to be President at 80.
More than a third of those 65 percent are Democrats, and almost one in four Democrats have doubts about Biden’s mental health, according to Summit News.
90 percent of Republicans and 73 percent of Independents agree that Biden is too old and shouldn’t run again in 2024.
Seventy-seven percent of Republican voters believe Biden can’t run again, while 67 percent of independents do as well.
In addition, 61 percent of Americans think the country is heading in the wrong direction, and 56 percent dislike Biden.
This follows a recent NBC poll found that a whopping 71% of Americans say the country is on the wrong track.
On Sunday, Chuck Todd said, two-thirds of respondents described where the country is headed in the next year in negative terms.
Meanwhile, the Harvard/Harris poll also found that just 37 percent of respondents approve of Biden’s handling of the border crisis, while 62 percent highly disapprove.
According to the survey, the overall consensus among Americans is that Joe Biden is too old and not capable enough to run for President in 2024. This sentiment has been shared by a large number of Democrats, Republicans and Independents, who all agree that Biden should retire from politics. Not only do they think he’s too old, but people are also displeased with Biden’s performance since entering office. These numbers are very telling about how the public perceives Biden, and further proves how he must step aside before America can take the lead down a better path.
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