The bad news continues to roll in for Joe Biden.
According to a new poll, 58% of voters say Biden will be replaced.
President Joe Biden’s verbal stumbles and his team’s moves to cut off TV feeds while he’s talking have voters already thinking Vice President Kamala Harris will replace him as president before the 2024 presidential election.
New polling from McLaughlin & Associates shows that 58% of likely voters believe Biden will be sidelined or worse and Harris installed in the Oval Office before the election. Just 32% see that as unlikely.
Voters aren’t thrilled with Kamala Harris either.
But that doesn’t mean voters like the idea of President Harris. The survey found that the vice president remains unpopular and her disapproval rating has edged up slightly. Some 50% now view her unfavorably, her worst reading yet, while 46% have a favorable opinion.
The poll found Trump would beat Kamala Harris in a 2024 matchup:
He has a 49% to 47% advantage over her.
The poll also found that 86% of Republican voters would vote for Trump if he ran again in 2024.
Biden’s approval is in free-fall.
A YouGov and The Economist poll found his approval below 40%.
President Joe Biden’s approval rating plunged below 40 percent this week, according to a new poll from YouGov and The Economist.
Overall, approximately 50 percent of the 1,500 Americans surveyed disapprove of Biden’s White House track record while only 39 percent approve. Even among registered voters, Biden’s approval sits around 43 percent while his disapproval is up to 52 percent.
Democrats still show strong loyalty to the Biden administration and agenda with a 77 percent approval rating, while 15 percent admitted they “somewhat disapprove” or “strongly disapprove” of his actions over the last nine months. Approximately 89 percent of GOP voters disapprove of Biden’s performance and the crises he has created since taking office. Fifty-six percent of independents also disapprove.
While 55 percent of black Americans say they approve of the president, his approval rating among Hispanics is down to 41 percent.