Forty-six percent of Democrats in New York believe that their party should nominate someone other than Joe Biden for president, according to a report by Breitbart News.
According to the most recent study conducted by Siena Research, opinions on whether or not the Democratic Party of New York should nominate President Joe Biden as their candidate for president are divided.
In the study, questions such as "Do you think the Democratic Party should re-nominate Joe Biden as the party's candidate for President in 2024, or do you think the party should nominate a different candidate for President in 2024?" were posed to Democrats in the state of New York.
In comparison with the number of Democrats who feel the Democrat Party should pick another candidate, the number of Democrats who believe the party should nominate Joe Biden makes up the majority, or 47 percent. Seven percent more of people are still unclear.
Ten percent of respondents who believe the Democratic Party should select a different candidate to nominate for the year 2024 believe that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. should be that candidate.
That was followed by eight percent of people saying they would vote for Vice President Kamala Harris, seven percent of people saying they would vote for Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and seven percent of people saying they would vote for Senator Bernie Sanders.
Only five percent of respondents claimed that Governor Gavin Newsom of California was their first choice, compared to four percent who selected Senator Elizabeth Warren and one percent who selected Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan.
Another 15 percent responded with "someone else," while the remaining 43 percent were undecided or did not express an opinion.
The study also indicated that 45 percent of respondents believed that Biden should "face an impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives stemming from his involvement in alleged corrupt business dealings by his son, Hunter Biden."
This sentiment was expressed by respondents across all demographic groups. The majority of independents, or 54%, are in agreement with that statement as well.
The entire poll was conducted between August 13 and August 16 among 803 registered voters in the state of New York. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percent.
The poll was conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, which revealed that the majority of Democrats, 75 percent, admitted to feeling at least somewhat "concerned" about Biden's capacity to fulfill his job owing to his advanced age.
This survey followed the results of that poll. If the incumbent, who is currently 80 years old, were to win reelection in 2024, he would finish his second term at the age of 86. Only 22 percent of Democrats said that they did not have any concerns regarding Biden's age.
In addition, a recent poll conducted by Emerson College revealed that Trump had a two-point advantage against Biden in a head-to-head contest. When Cornel West, candidate for the Green Party, is taken into account, that lead grows to be five points.