Joe Biden Gets Horrible Election News: Democrats Not On Board
A recent Rasmussen Reports poll found that America does not want to keep President Joe Biden in office.
While Biden continues to consider whether or not he will run again in 2024, repeated polls reveal that less than half of likely voters in the United States want Biden for another term.
Two thirds of those voters want him to face Democrat primary challengers.
"Only 39 percent of the likely voters in the United States said they want Biden to run for a second term in office, up from the 32 percent who said the same thing in February," reported Breitbart on the poll. "In comparison, almost half (48 percent) said he should not run again. Thirteen percent said they were unsure how they felt."
Recently, Biden told NBC's Al Roker that he does plan on running for reelection but is still "not prepared" to make an official announcement.
President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden speak to TODAY’s @alroker about the White House Easter Egg Roll, this year’s theme, and if President Biden plans on participating in more Easter Egg Rolls after 2024. pic.twitter.com/dt0lfBPUcc
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"Biden has not officially announced he is running for reelection but has been secretly getting everything in place for another announcement," reported Breitbart. "Advisers initially hinted that the president would make his announcement around February’s State of the Union, but a report last week has now indicated he could wait until the fall to announce his bid."
"The poll also found that 66 percent said that if Biden does run for reelection in 2024, the president should face primary challengers in the Democrat presidential primary," according to Breitbart. "In comparison, only 21 percent of the respondents are against Biden facing Democrat challengers. Another 13 percent said they were unsure how they felt."
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— The Associated Press (@AP) April 5, 2023