According to a recently released Ipsos survey, the majority of Democrats believe Pres. Joe Biden should not seek reelection and that the party needs to be reorganized.
Republican voters are more thrilled about former Pres. Donald Trump than Dems. are about Biden, according to a USA Today/Ipsos survey released on Monday.
According to a study, 82% of Republican voters believe Trump can win the upcoming election, and 59% of Republicans say he should really run as the party’s nominee. Republican Party members, who make up 41% of the party, believe that Trump should not run for president.
Joe Biden should not run for reelection, according to 56% of Democrats, who also believe that the party has to evolve. Only 44% of people believe Biden should seek reelection.
The non-probability poll, which polled 2,345 adults between August 18 and 22, lacked an error margin.
On Aug. 29, 2022, U.S. Pres. Joe Biden boarded Air Force One for a flight back to Washington from the Delaware Air National Guard Base in New Castle, Delaware.
According to a USA Today/Suffolk University survey conducted in July, 50% of Dems. and 69% of all Americans said that Biden shouldn’t run for re-election. A separate survey by the NY Times and Siena College indicated that almost two-thirds of Democrats would prefer someone else to Biden on the Democratic ticket, while a June poll by Harvard CAPS-Harris revealed that a staggering 71% of Americans oppose Biden running for re-election.
Additionally, elected Democrats are reticent to endorse Biden, with some unwilling to state that he ought to seek for reelection.
Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from Missouri, declined to say if Biden should run for office again, stating that she “didn’t want to answer that question.”
“He is president. He has the right to seek reelection.”
Representatives Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney, both Democrats from New York, declined to publicly endorse a Biden campaign. Democratic Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips refused to back Biden’s reelection bid, saying the party “would be better served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, vibrant Democrats to come forward.”