According to a recent YouGov/The Economist poll, more than one-third of Biden 2020 voters do not want him to seek for reelection in 2024.
Overall, 58 percent of respondents indicated they did not want President Joe Biden to run for president again in 2024, while 24 percent indicated they did. 18 percent of people are still unsure.
Expectedly, opinions are divided along party lines, with 59 percent of independents and 83 percent of Republicans opposing his candidacy, respectively. Democrats are divided on whether Biden should run for president in 2024, with more than one-third (34 percent) saying he shouldn't. Democrats who are still hesitant make up another 23 percent.
Remarkably, 36 percent of Biden 2020 supporters do not want him to run for president in the following election, while only 39 percent believe he should. One-fourth of 2020 Biden supporters are still undecided. For further reference, 55 percent of those who will vote for Donald Trump in 2020 want him to run for president again in 2024, as do 53 percent of Republicans overall.
1,500 adult inhabitants of the United States were polled between February 25 and February 28, 2023.
It coincides with recent surveys showing Biden's struggle to win over a majority of Democrats to back his potential 2024 presidential run. In a recent Fox News poll, for example, Democrats claimed that “someone else” should be their contender for the upcoming presidential election, while just 37 percent said they should “maintain Biden” as the choice.
Democratic base voters by pointing out that, at the same point in his presidency, Trump had much higher support from his Republican base, with 72 percent of Republican voters wanting him to be the GOP nominee again in 2020.
Similarly, in a crowded Democratic race, just 26 percent of respondents to a McLaughlin & Associates poll conducted last month supported Biden.
As per Breitbart News, the article provided more context for Biden's numbers among Democratic base voters by pointing out that, at the same point in his presidency, Trump had much higher support from his Republican base, with 72% of Republican voters wanting him to be the GOP nominee again in 2020.