Most Americans Say THIS About Biden!

( – In a devastating development likely dashing Joe Biden’s reelection hopes, yet another public opinion poll has found that the vast majority of Americans consider the president too old to remain in the White House for another four-year term.

Approximately 70% of registered voters consider President Biden excessively aged to fulfill another term, as revealed by the new Quinnipiac University survey on Wednesday, Newsmax reports.

Thus, 67% of the respondents perceive Biden, who is 81, as “too old to effectively serve another 4-year term as president.”

This sentiment is only slightly changed from 68% in Quinnipiac’s September survey.

Conversely, 57% of voters do not view Trump as too aged to serve effectively for another term.

The poll’s findings showed that 62% doubted Biden’s physical capability for the presidency, as opposed to 37% for Trump.

At the same time, though, the survey found that Biden marginally outpaces former President Donald Trump in a theoretical 2024 general election scenario.

Thus, 49% declared they support Biden, compared to 45% for Trump. The same poll in January showed the president at 50%, while the former president at 44% support among registered voters.

However, Biden’s lead among independents has dwindled, standing at 44% to 42% for Trump.

According to Tim Malloy, a Polling Analyst at Quinnipiac University, voters still trust Biden more than they do Trump when it comes to “empathy.”

“A Biden-Trump split decision on physical and emotional fitness leaves both looking vulnerable. Yes, Trump wins walking away on the age and stamina question, but voters have more confidence in Biden’s empathy toward them and his emotional stability to handle the job,” Malloy commented.

Furthermore, in a theoretical match-up for the 2024 general election between Biden and GOP presidential nomination candidate Nikki Haley, 46% of voters favored Haley while 43% backed Biden.

Within the 2024 Republican presidential primary, Trump received support from 80% of Republican and Republican-leaning voters, with Haley gaining 17%.

The latest Quinnipiac poll was conducted from February 15-19 among 1,421 self-identified registered voters.

The survey’s margin of error stands at plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.