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Joe Biden shouldn’t run in 2024, say 56% of Democrats

The last month has been touted for President Biden as “Joementum,” a series of legislative victories and executive actions that have reclaimed his footing in a party that didn’t even want him running again in 2024.

Maybe not, suggests a new poll.

A USA Today/Ipsos poll released On Monday, he found that most Democrats think President Joe Biden should not run for re-election.
According to the poll, 56% of Democrats surveyed think Biden should not run for re-election and that “it’s time for a change within the party.”

“Forty-four percent say he should be the candidate and deserves re-election. This sentiment holds true across age groups and ideologies within this group of voters,” the pollsters noted in their analysis.

Yet, pollsters noted, 60% of Democrats surveyed thought he could win re-election if he ran.

The poll suggests that a string of Democratic legislative victories, including the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, has done little to stem the party’s discontent with Biden, which peaked earlier in the summer with a flurry of polling.

A USA Today/Suffolk University poll released on July 29 found that 50% of Democrats expected Biden not to seek a second term. A New York Times/Siena College poll released July 11 found that 64% of Democratic voters wanted someone else to lead their party’s 2024 presidential bid.

The similar number in Monday’s Ipsos poll may throw cold water on hopes that Biden has found a way to allay party doubts about him.

The poll of 1,031 Democratic voters was conducted Aug. 18-22 and has a 3.7 percentage point margin of error.


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