Now that the midterm elections are over, everyone’s focus is shifting to the 2024 presidential election.
We don’t know for sure yet if Biden will run again, but there are plenty of speculations about which Republicans might try to get the GOP nomination in 2024.
Throughout his presidency so far, Biden has given mixed signals about whether or not he plans to run for a second term.
A recent poll indicates that a large majority of Americans do not want Biden to run for another term.
The exit poll by CBS News shows that 66% of Americans don’t want the president going for a second term; whereas only 30% of American believe Biden should go for another four years in the White House.
This is troubling news for the administration, as one would expect support from his own party to be stronger.
Indeed, another poll showed that just four out of ten Democrats are in favor of Joe Biden running for reelection.
Some Democrats are starting to think that Biden is more of a weak spot for the Democrat Party because his approval ratings are so low. This was during the midterm elections, as some close-race Democrats tried distancing themselves from being seen with him.
According to CBS News exit poll data, 54% of Americans have an unfavorable view of Biden while only 43% see favorably–a contrast to current president’s numbers.