Majority Of Democrats Reject Biden On 2024 Ticket

A shocking Fox News poll released Sunday revealed just how far President Joe Biden has fallen out of favor among the Democratic rank-and-file. There is a chasm between what the White House says and what the people want that is only getting deeper and wider.

A whopping 54% of Democratic primary voters wish they had another choice besides the incumbent. And a miniscule 43% of Biden’s own party wants to keep him as president.

Rumblings persist that a knight in shining armor will be chosen to save the Democratic day, but Biden insists on clinging to power. If he were to somehow win next year, he would be 86 at the end of his second term.

The president arrogantly feels it is his duty to save democracy from a second Donald Trump term in the White House. Biden was recently asked by a reporter if he would be in the race if Trump were not the Republican frontrunner.

The president responded, “I expect so. But he is running, and — I just — I have to run.”

That same day he told the media that if Trump was not involved he would likely step aside. “If Trump wasn’t running, I’m not sure I’d be running.” He then repeated the Democratic mantra that his party “cannot let him win.”

Another poll released on Monday from Monmouth University showed a paltry one-third of Americans approve of the job Biden is doing leading the country. The 2024 incumbent stands at only 34% approval while 61% disapprove of his job performance.

That is a record low from when he was sworn in three years ago.

American voters expressed their immense dissatisfaction with deficient marks on immigration (26%) and inflation (28%).

Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, said Biden faces a dangerous situation for promoting a narrative that tells voters how they judge their personal financial situation is wrong.

For months the White House pushed rhetoric telling the public that there are numerous positive economic indicators. Murray acknowledged that “those data points may be factual, but most Americans are still smarting from higher prices.”

He added that political affiliation carries weight on how individuals see their own economic standing. “But even a good chunk of Biden’s Democratic base wish he’d start paying more attention to their top priorities than he is now.”