Ex-Obama Advisor Says Biden’s Polling Could Decide Whether He Runs Again

(JustPatriots.com)- According to an aide to former President Barack Obama, President Joe Biden’s recent polling results might influence his decision to compete for reelection in 2024.

Reports show David Axelrod, a former Obama presidential campaign adviser, was questioned about a recent survey that revealed that 75 percent of Democrats and Democrat-leaning voters do not want Biden to run again in 2024. In response, Axelrod stated that there would come a point when these figures would have to be accounted for, and Biden would have to choose whether he would run for President again in 2024.

Axelrod explained that it was a distressing piece of information for Joe Biden. You may become unduly fixated on one figure, but many metrics do not bode well for his overall approval rating.

David Axelrod’s remarks come as the United States faces various difficulties, including an economic slump and increasing prices, which have resulted in a drop in Biden’s support rating.

A CNN survey released last Tuesday indicated that 75 percent of Democrats and Democrat-leaning voters believe the party should choose a different candidate for the 2024 presidential race. The percentage is up from 51 percent in January and February.

According to the survey, 24% of Democrats and Democrat-leaning voters believe Biden will be unable to defeat any Republican opponent in 2024.

According to RealClearPolitics, Biden’s approval rating is likewise declining. On the average of numerous surveys, 37.7 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance, while 56.6 percent disapprove.

Last December, Biden told ABC News that he intended to seek reelection in 2024 if he’s in the health he was then. If he is in excellent condition, then he will run again.

According to reports, Axelrod made similar comments regarding Biden’s prospective 2024 run in an interview earlier this year, citing his age as a significant impediment.

Axelrod explained that Biden looks his age and isn’t as agile in front of the camera as he once was, and that has supported a narrative about competency that isn’t anchored in fact, he claimed.

Axelrod noted that by the conclusion of a second Biden term, the president would be closer to 90, which would be a significant concern.

The significant concern about Joe Biden exists today, not years from now.