A McLaughlin & Associates survey published Friday found that 58 percent of voters believe that President Joe Biden should submit to a cognitive health test and reveal the results to the public.
The poll inquired, “Do you think Joe Biden should undergo a cognitive health test and make it public?” Fifty-eight percent answered yes, while 30% replied no. Eighteen percent of those polled refused to reply.
According to McLaughlin & Associates polling data, the percentage of individuals who want Biden to reveal a cognitive test has remained relatively steady, only changing by three points since December.
The poll also found that half of the respondents (50%) think it is “very” or “somewhat” likely that Vice President Kamala Harris will become president before President Joe Biden’s term expires.
The poll comes after Biden displayed a notecard with thorough instructions on how to operate as commander in chief. “YOU walk into the Roosevelt Room and say hello to the participants,” read Biden’s note card. “YOU take YOUR seat.”
Biden’s illustrated notecard sparked a frenzy on Twitter.
According to a survey conducted in April, a large portion of voters think Biden is not mentally capable of serving as president and question his mental fitness. Fifty-three percent said they had “doubts” about his mental competence. Because he is too old, 62% believe he is not qualified to be president.
Last week, Biden made yet another blunder when he fell off his bike after his foot got caught in a cage pedal. He’s also had trouble mounting Air Force One steps, stumbling, and tripping.
The McLaughlin survey polled 1,000 people between June 17 and 22. There was no information available on the accuracy of the poll.
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