According to a poll done by the Democracy Institute, 64 percent of respondents do not believe Biden should be re-elected in 2024.
And many of them don’t want to wait even that long.
When the respondents were questioned which would be more beneficial to the United States, 52 percent said “Biden loses his position in the US” compared to 43 percent who suggested “Putin loses power in Russia.”
The poll discovered that 57 percent of respondents did not approve of the Biden administration, and 70% felt the country was “headed in the wrong direction.”
According to a poll, if Trump were to come up against Biden in 2024, he would win the rematch by a margin of 48% to 43%.
The poll of 1,500 possible voters had an error margin of plus or minus 3 points.
President Trump is failing on a number of fronts, according to the director of the Democracy Institute, Patrick Basham.
“Voters have largely disapproved of Biden’s handling of America’s global role, which was evident throughout his first year in office,” he said.
Biden is hoping that Ukraine’s efforts to push back Russia will rub off on him, according to Basham.
“The Biden political team understands that economic suffering will keep weighing down the president’s ratings, so they place a lot of importance on Biden’s handling of the Ukrainian crisis,” he continued. “According to his advisers, the Ukraine conflict is a blunt instrument that may help him dig himself out of his current electoral hole.”
“If the Ukrainian crisis concludes on terms that appear to be beneficial to Ukrainians, and if Vladimir Putin’s Russia is once again relegated to his place, it’s conceivable that Joe Biden will receive a lot of praise. If this occurs, the Democratic Party’s candidates may improve their standings over those of their Republican rivals.”
“However, Biden’s continuing mishandling of the situation, notably his verbal flubs and wildly incorrect prognostications about the Russian economy, has voters opposed to how he has handled Ukraine.”