According to a recent Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group poll, the majority of prospective general election voters feel that President Biden is “too old to be able to effectively serve” a second term.
“Do you think President Biden is too elderly to effectively serve a second term in the White House?” was the question posed to respondents in the study.
63.5 percent of respondents agreed that the president, who is 80 years old, is “too old to effectively” hold office for a second term. 8.4 percent are still unclear, and 28.1 percent said that he is not.
Republicans as well as independents agree that Biden is too elderly to effectively serve another term in the White House, with 92.3 percent and 64 percent, respectively, holding this view. 29.3 percent of Democrats think that Biden is too elderly to “effectively” serve in the White House for another four years, despite the majority of Democrats, 59 percent, disagreeing with that statement.
By the end of his prospective second term, the president, who is currently 80, would be 86.
1,088 potential general election voters participated in the study between June 5 and 9, 2023. It has a margin of error of +/- 2.9%. It is consistent with a number of previous polls that reveal people have similar worries. “Biden is too elderly to successfully serve another four years as president,” according to 66 percent of respondents to a Quinnipiac survey issued in late May.
According to Breitbart News:
“Republicans (90 – 8 percent) and independents (69 – 28 percent) believe Biden is too old to effectively complete another four-year term as president.”
Comparatively, only 37% of respondents said that former President Donald Trump, 76, is too elderly to hold office for a second term. 59 percent of respondents believed he is not too old.
According to the study, “Republicans (85 – 15 percent) and independents (55 – 39 percent) believe that Trump is not too elderly to effectively serve another four years as president, while Democrats (51 – 42 percent) believe the opposite.”
Due to recent physical incidents, including a stumble on stage at the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation ceremony a few weeks ago, Biden, who formally declared his reelection run in April, has continued to raise questions.