Biden not popular choice for White House in 2024

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Democrats appear eager for someone other than Biden to be the party’s 2024 presidential nominee…reports Asian Lite News

Most Democrats don’t want President Joe Biden to run again in 2024 but appear eager for someone other than him to be the nominee as his new approval ratings hit another new low among liberals.

Vice President Kamala Harris appears to be the top contender against Governor Gavin Newsom of California as she is Biden’s trusted loyal and rides high on abortion rights and black voters besides being connected to the wealthiest families in New York.

Harris’ fund raising capacity against other candidates is way ahead of others though some of them can match up to her if not exceed her, political analysts say. John Paul Getty’s family (net worth $6 billion – Abigail, Mark and Ivy) and Apple founder Steve Jobs’ wife Laureen Powell Jobs (net worth $7 billion) have funded her throughout her campaigns from California’s AG to the presidential primaries in 2019.

Her toughest rival is Newsom who projects a much stronger image than her to stave off the Republicans if they were to choose either former President Donald Trump or Florida Governor Ron De Santis as their candidate. Newsom can fight better and take the battle into the Republicans camp while Hariss musters huge support from Black, Asian and Latino voters.

Democrats appear eager for someone other than Biden to be the party’s 2024 presidential nominee, a poll from ABC News and the Washington Post said. The poll found 56 per cent of Democratic-registered voters and Democratic-leaning voters want another candidate to top the ticket.

It found only 35 per cent prefer Biden as the Democratic Party’s 2024 nominee. The President hit new lows in approval among liberals (68 per cent), southerners (33 per cent), and people in the middle- to upper-middle income range (34 per cent). Biden also hit a record low on approval from black adults at 31 per cent. Already there are predictions from various Gallup polls that the Democrats could succeed in holding onto only one of the Congress’s houses, the Senate or the house. House seems to be the one that they can hold onto.

Majority of the people report feeling less safe under a Biden presidency, the polls indicated, the Washington Examiner reported.

In an interview that aired last weekend, Biden said he will decide whether to seek a second term after November’s midterm elections. “Look, my intention, as I said to begin with, is that I would run again. But it’s just an intention,” Biden told CBS’s 60 Minutes.

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