According to the results of a recent survey, nearly two-thirds of Democratic voters do not want Vice President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024.
In a poll that was carried out by the New York Times and Siena College and made public on Monday, the findings revealed that 64 percent of respondents said that they would prefer the party choose a new president in 2024.
Respondents cited Biden's advanced age and their dissatisfaction with his work performance as the top two reasons they desired another option.
It is noteworthy that the poll found that 94 percent of respondents under the age of 30 believe that Democrats should choose someone other than Biden, who if elected would be the oldest president in the history of the United States.
This takes place at the same time that Biden is receiving severe criticism for his behavior, which raises additional issues regarding his mental fitness for office.
In a post on Truth Social on Sunday, the 45th president, Donald Trump, underlined the fact that many people of Biden's age and older are still as capable and intellectual as they were when they were younger.
Trump asserts that Biden is not one of the individuals in question.
Trump underlined that Biden's intellectual and mental challenges are not due to his age and made the remark that life doesn't start for real until 80 years old. Biden has been a member of the Senate since 1983.
As the United States continues to struggle with deteriorating economic and social challenges, it appears that Vice President Joe Biden has become the most reviled president in the past seventy-five years, adding gasoline to the fires.
According to a poll that was published on Monday by FiveThirtyEight, Biden's approval rating of 38 percent is the lowest of any president since 1945, with the exception of Harry Truman, who had an approval rating of 36 percent.
In 1946, Truman had a rating of 33 percent approval among the American people.
This can be contrasted with Trump's approval rating of 42 percent at the same time in his administration, Richard Nixon's approval rating of 54 percent, and Dwight Eisenhower's approval rating of 70 percent.