Joe Biden is trailing Pete Buttigieg in the 2024 Democratic New Hampshire primary, according to recent polls.
Not even Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968 was in this bad a condition for reelection, as far as sitting presidents go.
A poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Poll Center revealed that in the 2024 New Hampshire Democrat primary, Transportation Secretary Peter Buttigieg would win to His Fraudulency Joe Biden by a margin of 17 to 16 percent.
This is also a poll of likely Dem. primary voters.
Kamala Harris’ Vice Fraudulence is at six percent, losing to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (ten%), Gov. Gavin Newsom (ten%), Senator Amy Klobuchar (nine%), and Sen. Bernie Sanders (eight%).
These are huge deficits for both Biden and Harris, but especially Biden.
Biden is at 16 percent within his own party in NH, the first primary state.
That isn’t the worst news, though…
According to a recent poll, Biden’s support among likely Democratic primary voters was only two percent. Kamala did somewhat better, coming in tenth with 4 percent. Sen. Cory Booker was the most popular choice with 14% of respondents. Sanders and Buttigieg finished the top three with 11 and 13%.
Oh, and there’s more: it’s even worse…
On the other hand, Biden’s net favorability rating among only likely Democratic primary voters is in 11th place at just +9 percent. Buttigieg has a +54 net favorable rating, while Booker has a +52 percent favorable score. Sanders: a +46 percent favorability rating. Stacey Abrams: a +44 percent net attractiveness ranking. . . . While Hillary Clinton languishes near to -11% popularity, and no other prominent name other than Hillary performed worse than Biden.
Dingbat Kamala was omitted from the favorable question for some reason.
Now, as you can see, we’ve arrived at the ultimate bummer for Slow Joe…
Biden is extremely unpopular among his own party. Only 31% of New Hampshire Dems want him to run again in 2024. That’s a drop from 74% last year in July 2021.
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