The majority of Americans today are seriously concerned about the mental and physical fitness of the man in the Oval Office, a new poll has found.
According to a mainstream NBC News poll, 68 percent of American voters are worried that Biden “doesn’t have the necessary mental and physical health to be president, including 55% who say they have ‘major’ concerns – up significantly from when this question was asked last during the 2020 election.”
As reported by The Hill, a May NPR/PBS/Marist poll additionally found that a whopping 69 percent of registered Independent voters said that Biden’s mental fitness “is a real concern” when it came to his ability to lead the country as the Commander in Chief.
Joe Biden’s perceived cognitive and physical problems have come to the forefront of voters’ minds as he has suffered several falls over the past two years, including a nasty fall onstage at a recent Air Force Academy graduation ceremony:
NBC’s data additionally revealed that 60 percent of voters are worried about Biden potentially serving another four years in the White House, “including 46 percent who say they have major concerns.”
In the same NBC poll that looked at GOP voter behavior going into the 2024 presidential election, 51 percent of respondents indicated that they preferred President Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s nominee next year.
Only 22 percent preferred Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), illustrating a 9-point drop for DeSantis from April in their poll and a 5-point gain for President Trump.
Notably, President Trump has also pulled significantly ahead in general election polling, according to a survey from Rasmussen Reports. Their data revealed that the president was leading Joe Biden in a general election poll with 45 percent of support compared to Biden’s 39 percent.