Biden’s approval rating is underwater with only 39 percent approving and 53 percent disapproving, a very low metric for a president looking to run for reelection. That’s of overall Americans, but when one looks at his own party.
A majority of 56 percent of Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents prefer the Democrat Party drop Biden from atop the 2024 presidential ticket and select someone else.
The opposition to Biden within his own party comes as Biden’s soaring inflation is impacting food and housing costs. Since Biden assumed office, Americans have lost $4,200 in annual income, a recent Heritage Foundation study shows.
According to a McLaughlin & Associates poll, 67 percent of likely general election voters believe it is Biden’s fault that the United States is on the wrong track. Thirty-six percent do not blame Biden. Seven percent remain unsure.
What has Biden said about thought of running for re-election?
Speaking on CBS News’s 60 Minutes last week, Biden said it is his “intention” to run again in 2024 but noted, “It’s just an intention.”
He then add this, “But is it a firm decision that I run again? That remains to be seen.” Making sound almost as if he isn’t sure if he’ll be mentally or physically able to. I guess it “remains to be seen.”
As the economy spirals and interests rates rise and prices soar, economic issues remain a top concern in most peoples lives.