Monday, August 8, 2022

There’s No Hidin’ Slidin’ Joe Biden Ahead of 2024; All-time Joe: Biden Polls Lower Than Any Modern President, Gallup Finds; Biden's national approval rating nosedives to 31% and hits the lowest in Iowa of any President in history at 27%

There’s no hidin’ slidin’ Joe Biden ahead of 2024:
In their Manhattan congressional debate Tuesday night, veteran Democrats Carolyn Maloney and Jerry Nadler both refused to support Joe Biden for a second term in 2024.
“I don’t believe he’s running for re-election,” said Maloney.
“It’s too early to say,” said Nadler.
There was shock on a few faces, but it’s true.
No one honestly believes that a shuffling, mumbling geriatric whose opinion polls are in the toilet, who would be 86 at the end of any second term, and whose cognitive decline already was on full display in Iowa in February 2020, is seriously going to be permitted to run again.
Biden 2024 is a charade, designed to avoid premature lame-duck status and allow time for replacements to jockey behind the scenes.
The real question is will Biden make it to the end of this term — and how will the succession be managed if he doesn’t?
Ronny Jackson is one who thinks the president won’t last. The former White House medico to Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, and Navy rear admiral-turned-Republican Texas congressman, has been vocal about the medical drama he sees unfolding in the Oval Office as a threat to national security. --->READ MORE HERE
James Keivom
All-time Joe: Biden polls lower than any modern president, Gallup finds:
Nearly 60% of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s job performance, the lowest rating of any modern president and an ominous sign for his fellow Democrats approaching the midterm congressional elections, a new poll reveals.
The Democrat’s approval sunk to a new low of 38% in the latest Gallup survey, released Friday based on surveys done from July 5-26.
A record high 59% of respondents disapproved of Biden’s record in office.
How bad has it gotten for Biden? Gallup says the average approval rate during his first six quarters in the oval office was a historic low of 40% — worse than the 42% recorded by ex-Presidents Jimmy Carter and Donald Trump, who is weighing another bid for the White House after losing re-election to Biden in 2020.
Barack Obama’s approval rating was 47% at the same juncture of his presidency. Bill Clinton had a 46% approval rating and Ronald Reagan — who grappled with a recession early in his presidency had a 44% approval rating. --->READ MORE HERE
Are you sure you want to run again Joe? Biden's national approval rating nosedives to 31% and hits the lowest in Iowa of any President in history at 27%: More disastrous polls show more than 70% of Americans DON'T want him to run in 2024:
More Americans are unhappy with President Biden's job in office than at any point in his presidency, according to a dim new Quinnipiac poll.
Just 31 percent of adults say they approve of the way Biden is handling the presidency while 60 percent disapprove. Among registered voters, 33 percent said they approved while 59 percent disapprove.
The low approval spelled bad news for Biden's 2024 prospects.
A whopping 71 percent of Americans do not want to see Biden run again in 2024 - including a majority of Democrats, 54 percent. Only 24 percent do want to see Biden run for a second term. Forty percent of Democrats said they would like to see him run.
The findings contrast with support for Donald Trump on the Republican side - 69 percent of Republicans said they want to see him run again in 2024, 27 percent said they would not.
'Among all Americans, 60 percent said they did not want to see Trump as the GOP nominee.
Things are looking worse for Biden in Iowa, historically the first state in the nation to caucus typically seen as a credible indicator of how a candidate will fair nationally.
Only 23 percent of Iowans think Biden should run again in 2024, 76 percent think he should not, according to a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll. Thirty-two percent of Iowans think Trump should run again.
Voters were even less enthused about Vice President Kamala Harris, who would typically step in as the Democratic nominee should Biden bow out. Only 26 percent of respondents had a favorable view of Harris as a 2024 candidate. --->READ MORE HERE
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