President Joe Biden is reportedly struggling with younger voters in a concerning trend for the president ahead of the 2024 election.
A recent Quinnipiac poll offered details into the low numbers that could hold the key to who wins the election next year as momentum grows among Trump supporters and third-party candidates entering the presidential race.
Biden has a youth-vote problem. His Israel policy is making it worse. https://t.co/nQXBZKOUrT
— Slate (@Slate) October 24, 2023
"The president’s favorability rating has cratered out at an almost-unbelievable 25 percent among registered voters under 35 years old," Slate reported.
"A few weeks prior, a Washington Post–ABC poll had Trump winning voters under 35 by 20 points," it added.
Biden approval rating near record low in new pollhttps://t.co/L2ok44se31
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) October 19, 2023
Other polls have also shown concerns for Biden ahead of his 2024 reelection bid, including a CNBC economic survey from earlier this month that noted Biden at his nearly lowest approval rating.
"President Biden’s overall approval rating dropped to 37 percent in a poll released Wednesday — a near record-low for the president as he heads into an election year," the Hill reported.
"The latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey, conducted Oct. 11-15, showed Biden’s overall approval rating at its second-lowest point in his presidency, 1 point higher than the record-low 36 percent approval in July 2022," it continued.
Bad News for Biden: Recent Poll Shows Joe Underwater in Deep-Blue New York
"Biden’s favorability-unfavorability rating in New York fell to 45-52%, a drop from 50-45% in September..."https://t.co/3Agc50YTm2
— Sean Hannity 🇺🇸 (@seanhannity) October 24, 2023
"Biden’s favorability-unfavorability rating in New York fell to 45-52%, a drop from 50-45% in September, according to a Tuesday poll from Siena College Research Institute," according to the Daily Caller.
"A majority of Democrats, 52%, want a different presidential candidate in 2024 compared to 54% who said they wanted Biden to be the nominee for the upcoming presidential election in September," it noted.
Biden's low approval numbers among Democrats and younger voters are giving hope to Trump supporters for next year. The former president is beginning to lead in battleground states in some polls and in national surveys in the likely rematch.
While many younger Americans would prefer more or different candidates for both parties, the current situation seems to favor Trump who can capitalize on Biden's low approval numbers and weak leadership, along with the nation's weak economy and high inflation, to build a strong case for voters to select him over Biden in 2024.