President Joe Biden’s all-time low numbers in approval ratings have given birth to speculations about the next presidential election.
It seems to get worse and worse for the Biden/Harris team, as neither has distinguished themself during this term.
Just days after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Biden’s job approval ratings continue to crater amid a worsening inflation rate, sky-high gasoline and diesel fuel prices, and a host of other issues facing the country.
In fact, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polling, Biden’s approval rating now stands at just under 38 percent.
A brutal survey released earlier this month found that the vast majority of respondents do not think that President Joe Biden should run again in 2024, according to Conservative Brief.
Another day, another fresh all-time low for Biden job approval on RCP, under 38 for the first time. pic.twitter.com/EIJMMNucHb
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) June 29, 2022
According to the Yahoo/YouGov survey released on Saturday, 64 percent said Biden shouldn’t run, or 9 points worse than Trump.
What’s more, the same survey found that Trump beats Biden in a head-to-head rematch, according to Mediaite, though 55 percent said they did not want the former president to run again, either.
In the ‘yes’ column, Biden polled at 21 percent versus 31 percent for Trump.
There is more bad news for Biden in the survey as well. Even among Democrats, most would not encourage him to seek reelection: Just 42 percent want him to, while just over one-third, or 36 percent, said he shouldn’t, Conservative Brief reported.
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Meanwhile, a good majority of Republicans — 58 percent — would encourage Trump to run again while just one-quarter, or 25 percent, would not.
Even worse, just 40 percent of those who voted for him in 2020 want him to run again while 37 percent of those voters do not.
That survey mirrored one released in December indicating a great deal of ‘buyer’s remorse’ over Biden. Conservative Brief continued. CONTINUE READING…