Most Americans do not want Biden to make a 2024 White House run

The Democratic Party has quite the conundrum brewing for the 2024 presidential election.

While President Joe Biden and his handlers insist that the cognitively challenged elderly man will make another run for the Oval Office, most American voters do not want that to happen, Breitbart reported

And it’s not a simple majority, either. A staggering 65% of registered voters are adamantly against Biden making a second run.

That leaves the Dem Party with Vice President Kamala Harris, who tends to poll at the same levels, or sometimes below, the failing U.S. president.

The survey

The alarming info, at least for the current administration, came via the results of a Politico survey. That’s even more shocking given the outlet’s strong left-leaning stance.

Overall, very few Americans — roughly a quarter — wish to see Biden go for a second term.

Breitbart noted: “Overall, just over a quarter, 28 percent, said he should run for office, and of those, only 15 percent said he ‘definitely’ should do so.”

Forty-six percent of respondents felt especially strong about Biden not running again, with 46% stating that they “definitely” don’t want to see that happen.

More bad news

With 2024 aside, Biden and his White House controllers have more pressing matters, as the president is upside down in approval ratings on almost all major issues.

Breitbart noted, “The survey, taken November 18-20, 2022, among 2,018 registered voters, has a +/- 2 percent margin of error.”

It seems as if the Democratic Party will have to pull out a miracle to field someone worth running against a strong Republican nominee like former President Donald Trump or Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).