Voters Want Him GONE

( – In a new sign that Joe Biden’s reelection campaign is doomed, a new poll has found that a massive proportion of voters have expressed a desire for him to be replaced as the Democratic nominee after witnessing Biden’s performance in last week’s presidential debate.

After the initial presidential debate of the 2024 election cycle, numerous prominent Democrats were observed attempting to mitigate the impact of Biden’s debated performance.

Despite their efforts, 60% of polled voters—including 47% of Democrats—advocated for Biden to be succeeded as the Democratic candidate, the survey indicated.

Among the electorate that actually viewed the debate, 63% were in favor of Biden being replaced, The Daily Caller reports.

This sentiment was shared by half of the Democrats who tuned in, 62% of independents, and 75% of Republicans.

This viewpoint has resonated within the highest ranks of the Democratic Party.

Within minutes after the debate concluded, significant Democratic figures and various media outlets began advocating for Biden’s withdrawal from the race.

An editorial from The New York Times on Friday recommended Biden withdraw, stating that other Democratic leaders possess superior qualifications to challenge former President Donald Trump in the upcoming November elections.

In discussions concerning Biden’s potential replacement, 30% of Democratic respondents to the poll suggested Vice President Kamala Harris as the new nominee. Meanwhile, 20% proposed California Governor Gavin Newsom, and 9% favored Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg as replacements.

Despite speculation, Newsom has consistently minimized inquiries about his potential candidacy in the 2024 election. In a post-debate interview with MSNBC, he emphatically declared his loyalty to Biden. “I will never turn my back on President Biden,” Newsom asserted. “I don’t know a Democrat in my party that would do so.”

Following the debate, numerous senior Democrats who had previously defended Biden’s cognitive capabilities have now refrained from addressing the topic. To voters, Biden’s mental decline seemed evident, particularly after his debate performance.

Before the debate, 43% of voters believed Biden was mentally competent, while only 41% considered him to be in good health, as per the poll results. These perceptions deteriorated among those who watched the debate, with only 35% still regarding him as mentally fit and 28% as being in good health.

In contrast, Trump’s perceived mental and physical health appeared to improve following the debate.

Initially, 47% of voters believed Trump was mentally competent and 52% in good health.  After the debate, these numbers rose to 54% and 62%, respectively.

Overall, 64% of voters felt Biden was too old for the presidency, a sentiment echoed by 78% of those who watched the debate.

For Trump, 42% of all voters and 45% of debate viewers shared this view.

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