US President Joe Biden will give opening remarks during the graduation and commissioning ceremony at the US Naval Academy Memorial Stadium on May 27, 2022 in Annapolis, Maryland.
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Only 26% of Democrats say they prefer Biden as a party candidate, and 64% say they want to see someone else lead the ticket. New York Times / Siena College Institute Survey of registered voters.
That finding is potentially very bad news for the 79-year-old incumbent hope of reelection, but polls further on Biden on how young Democratic voters and all voters see the country’s direction. The bad news.
According to a survey, a whopping 94% of Democrats under the age of 30 want to make someone other than Biden a candidate.
President’s age And job performance The main reasons why Democratic respondents wanted non-Biden candidates to be party candidates are: 33% cited her age in Biden and 32% cited her discomfort with her work at the White House.
Only 13% of voters of all kinds say the United States is “going in the right direction,” and 77% say it is “going in the wrong direction.”
But Biden had one bright spot.
Biden will probably defeat the former president Donald Trump According to a survey, if it was held today, again in the next election.Trump strongly suggests He runs for the White House Third time in 2024.
In polls, 44% of registered voters asked to vote for Biden, compared to 41% in favor of Trump.Republican he defeated in 2020..
The Times / Siena survey was conducted from Tuesday to Thursday and asked 849 voters. The error was 4.1 percentage points.
The poll will be almost 18 months for Biden’s first term at the White House.
Gallup announced a new poll on Monday It turns out that only 33% of respondents believe Biden deserves to be reelected, while 67% say he does not deserve a second term. This is 4 percentage points lower than Trump’s level of support for reelection in the April 2018 poll, which took place more than two years before facing Biden.
Two polls will also take place within four months of the parliamentary midterm elections in early November.
Biden’s fellow Democrats make up the majority of the House of Representatives with only 10 seats. The Democratic Party has a majority in the Senate, with 48 seats and two independents holding caucuses. Vice President Kamala Harris’s power to break the tie in the room gives Democrats control, even though 50 Republicans hold seats.
In the Times / Siena poll, the biggest problem voters think they are facing the United States is the economy, with 20% of respondents being the most important issue, followed by “inflation and living expenses” at 15%. was.
Eleven percent of respondents identified “democracy” or “political division” as their number one concern, and 10% said gun policy was the most important issue.
Abortion and women’s rights were cited as the biggest concerns for 5% of respondents.
Supreme Court in Major Judgment on June 24 He said he had no federal rights to abortion and overturned the opinion almost half a century ago in the Roe v. Wade case. It is expected that this decision will eventually ban or restrict abortion more severely than before. In almost half of the states of the United States.