Majority of Democrat voters concerned about Biden's age

By Jen Krausz on
 August 15, 2023

A new poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for Newsweek showed that 75% of Democrats were concerned about President Joe Biden's age -- a stunning number considering he's looking to stay in office for over five more years until he is 86 years old.

Biden is already the oldest serving president in history at age 80, and it's becoming pretty clear that he's no longer on top of his game mentally.

When asked a different way--whether voters agreed that Biden was too old to seek another term as president, only 42% agreed, while 31% disagreed and 24% basically refused to answer the question.

In all likelihood, most Democrats will still vote for Biden if he becomes the party's nominee. Independents may be the deciding factor between him and the GOP nominee, which right now looks like it will be former President Donald Trump.

Do we really need another four years of Biden screwing up every major policy position, losing his train of thought multiple times in a speech, and tripping over sandbags or bike pedals or whatever else happens to be in front of him?

Voters are apparently becoming increasingly skeptical.