The fact that Joe Biden plans to begin a possible second term as president at 82 years old is worrying to some Democratssince it is realized that citizens are beginning to hesitate in supporting the long-serving politician as demonstrated by the data obtained from some surveys.
Through an opinion poll developed by Associated Press This summer, 77% of the citizens consulted agreed in describing Joe Biden as a man who is too old to be effective for four more years.
About, Dean Phillips, Democratic representative of Minnesota, In an interview with NBC News, recognized the existence of other options to better represent the party on the ballot.
“There are other candidates who have much more possibilities and do not have the actuarial risk that the president has. Why does everyone have blinders on? Why are they essentially taking us to this cliff without knowing what’s on the other side?,” she expressed.
For its part, Donna Brazile, former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, declared in the program This Week the television network ABC, feel worried because even the youngest voting-age members of your family have doubts about support biden on the ballot.
“I’m not going to sleep at night thinking that everything is fine. I have nephews and nieces who say, ‘Well, why should I vote for this guy? He’s a little older.’ I tell them: ‘Your dad was old too and look what he did to help you.’ So I think Democrats have to continue making their case. Democrats should be worried,” he emphasized.
Another factor that raises concern in the Democratic Party is the approval rating related to the performance of Kamala HarrisWell, according to a survey conducted by CBS News/YouGov, the majority of citizens disapprove of his performance in the White House.
Almost 60% of Americans disapprove of the 58-year-old Californian’s work.
Recently, during an interview with the television network cnn, Nancy Pelosi, who is considered an authority among Democrats, declined to say that she believes Harris is Biden’s best running mate in 2024.
“He (Biden) believes so. And that’s what matters,” he reluctantly expressed.
In this way, in the coming months the strength of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be tested to convince the electorate of their ability to face a second term.
Source: La Opinion