According to a new The Redfield & Wilton Strategies poll conducted on behalf of Newsweek, President Joe Biden could be facing several challenges ahead of him as the majority of voters do not want to see him running for President in 2024.
According to the poll, 58 percent of eligible voters do not think that Biden should run for re-election, with 42 percent of those claiming that his age is the biggest reason why he should stay outside of the race.
Around 30 percent of the poll respondents have said that they would like to see Biden seek re-election, while 12 percent of respondents have said that they do not yet hold an opinion on whether Biden should or should not run again.
The poll was originally conducted on December 5th among 1,500 eligible voters.
Biden, who turns 80 in November, is the oldest serving president, and by the time of the next presidential election, he would already be 81 years old. Though his age appears to be of major concern to Americans, it is not the only reason they do not want him running again.
Other key reasons why voters did not want to see him in the running again included his economic policies (16 percent), the possibility of having other strong Democratic candidates (7 percent) and the results of the 2022 midterm elections (1 percent).
Biden has not yet announced his presidential campaign for 2024 but has previously stated that he intends on running again.
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