Joe Biden’s political future is in doubt.
There is a surprising answer coming down the pike.
And Joe Biden just found out who Democrats want to take his place in 2024.
Joe Biden’s poll numbers continue to bottom out.
A new Civiqs poll found Biden’s approval rating plummeting to 36 percent with 55 percent disapproving of Biden’s performance as president.
Those lousy poll numbers and Biden’s clear cognitive decline have many Democrats quietly plotting out a potential 2024 presidential campaign.
There is now data available showing that Democrat voters also are moving on from Biden.
A stunning new Yahoo/YouGov poll found that just 34 percent of Democrats want Biden at the top of the ticket in 2024.
Forty percent of Democrats want someone else – anyone else – to serve as the Democrat Party nominee for president in 2024.
2024 National Democratic Primary Poll:
— PollTracker (@PollTrackerUSA) December 24, 2021
Democrats’ anxiety grows every day about 2024.
Multiple polls show Donald Trump leading Joe Biden in a head-to-head ballot test.
An American Greatness/Insider Advantage survey showed Trump besting Biden 49 percent to 41 percent in a hypothetical rematch.
As the Biden administration failures stack up on COVID mandates, the Afghanistan withdrawal and southern border, Donald Trump’s agenda of keeping the economy open with no federal mandates, America First in foreign policy and building a wall to stop illegal immigration looks broadly appealing to the public.
Normally a poll like this would lead to a primary challenger emerging to run against Biden from the left.
That spells doom for incumbent presidents.
The last three first term presidents that faced a primary challenger – Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush – also went down in defeat in the general election.
That’s because an incumbent president only faces a primary when polls reveal a deep split in their own party.
Presidents expect to command complete and total support from the rank-and-file.
A primary challenge is only possible when the president’s base support cracks.
And that cracked support cannot be repaired in time for the general election because the ensuing primary challenge further divides the party.
Sometimes this ends up working out for the best.
Ronald Reagan’s historic challenge to the unelected Gerald Ford did not lead to victory in 1976, but that campaign turned Ronald Reagan into the leader of the conservative movement and a politician whose landslide wins in 1980 and 1984 permanently realigned American politics.
In Joe Biden’s case, Democrats are sending a message that they do not want Joe Biden to run for re-election out of fear he will lose to Donald Trump by telling pollsters they will support any other Democrat over Biden to lead the party into the 2024 election.
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