Biden’s prospects of being challenged are increasing due to his dismal support among Democrats, particularly young people.
As the number of bad news articles rose, he found it difficult to defend himself. According to others, he inherited a mess from his predecessor, and certain MPs have failed to help him.
People have become weary of supporting a president who is sinking. In 2024, Democratic Party officials are discussing a possible challenge to the incumbent president.
Once Biden’s popularity fell to the low 30s, several of his erstwhile fans began to consider what the next two years may hold. Although he has made public or private claims to the contrary, the implicit agreement among party members that they would move aside for him is in the process of disintegrating.
In fact, activist Jerome Segal stated in an interview with Newsweek that he will run for president in 2024 after placing ninth out of 10 Democratic candidates for governor of Maryland.
However, Segal is a long shot.
Consequently, Biden may face opposition from those of greater stature.
Independents and members of the opposite party are important to the political survival of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin and Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema.
Each time, they must reach out to the center and the right in order to get elected.
According to NewsMax, “a group of white female suburban swing voters recently sat for a political focus group.”
The study business in charge of the group purposely segregates the sessions, assuming that participants will feel more at ease expressing frank opinions among their own kind.
The suburban women were the carpool-driving soccer moms you used to hear about; they made the difference for Obama, voted for Trump in 2016, and will vote for Biden again in 2020. They, like many Americans, are not party loyalists. They are independents, moderate Democrats, or Republicans from Main Street.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“While there are plenty of other coveted demographics in American politics, the behavior of this particular subgroup of voters varies considerably from election to election. As a result, political consultants pay them extra attention. So should you, if you are wondering, or worried, about what will happen in the midterm elections or in the 2024 presidential race,” the outlet continued.
There was little enthusiasm among these voters for either the Republican or Democratic parties, or for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden. CONTINUE READING…