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Biden Gets Devastating News


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In a recent poll conducted by the Associated Press, a corporate, mainstream news outlet, just 12% of Democrat voters said Biden should be leading the Democratic Party. …

That’s nearly 90%, and these are the people who allegedly voted for the man.

Meanwhile, a new Harvard-CAPS poll showed the 45th President of the United States leading Biden by a solid 5 points in 2024 and Kamala Harris by a decisive 10 points:

 

We still have nearly 2 years of this catastrophic administration and during that time things are sure to get worse, far worse. …

I can only conclude that the disparity between President Trump’s polling numbers and anyone linked to this administration will only widen in favor of Trump.

Here’s more on the story:

Conservative Brief dissected the poll:

The AP-NORC poll asked: “Who should lead the Democratic Party?” Just 12 percent said it ought to be Biden.

According to the AP-NORC poll, House Minority Leader Hakeem Jefferies (D-NY), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) all received 5% of the possible answers, which included seven options.

Embattled Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) received 3% each. The highest number of responses, however, were “no answer” and “other response,” which came in at 37% and 21%, respectively.

 

The Hill writes:

Trump continues to be the strong favorite among a competitive Republican field, according to the poll. In a hypothetical eight-way primary, 37 percent of respondents would vote for Trump, while 19 percent would back Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), whose support has dropped from previous polls.



 

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