Poll: Biden barely ranks as a viable 2024 contender

by Timothy Frudd

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Based on a survey released Wednesday, Joe Biden does not appear to be a serious contender for the 2024 presidential election among voters in the battleground state.

The poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire, shows that only nine percent of voters “definitely” want Biden to run for president in 2024. According to the poll, an additional 20 percent of voters “probably” want Biden to run in 2024.

According to Fox News, 52 percent of voters in a recent survey indicated they “definitely” do not want Joe Biden to seek reelection. In comparison, only 43 percent of voters in 2021 suggested they “definitely” did not want Biden to run again.

Biden’s polling in the state of New Hampshire reveals troubling statistics for the future of the Democrat Party. According to the research, only 26 percent of voters have a favorable opinion of Biden, and only 23 percent of voters have a favorable opinion of Kamala Harris.

Highlighting the low approval rating Biden currently has in the state of New Hampshire, the results explain, “Biden’s net favorability (-30) matches an all-time low previously set in May 2020 (-30).”

The University of New Hampshire’s latest poll is not the first to indicate that Americans are displeased with the job performance of the Biden administration. In April, Newsweek reported that only 34 percent of voters wanted Biden to run again in 2024.

Amid rising gas prices, record-setting inflation, food shortages, an unprotected southern border, and an economy possibly headed for a recession, Americans are quickly losing confidence in the Biden administration.

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