Young Voters Sour On ‘Out Of Touch’ Biden

Recent surveys show President Biden is losing popularity across certain demographics, and former President Trump is leading in a hypothetical rematch, which is terrible news for Democrats.
Reports show mounting indications that Biden is losing support among influential demographics that helped him win the presidency, according to a new survey of registered voters aged 18–34. The poll showed that the former president, now the Republican frontrunner, leads Biden by four percentage points.

Alexandria Chung, a voter from Generation Z, told a news media outlet that she believes Joe Biden is incredibly disconnected from the younger generation and everybody else. Many left-wingers don’t care about his ideology or the causes he’s fighting for, and they’re all hoping for a fresh face to come along and bring the nation together.

Sunday’s ‘Meet the Press’ hosts were taken aback by further polling data from NBC News showing that Trump had a two-point lead over Biden.

According to anchor Kristen Welker, this is a historic event since it marks the first-ever occasion in the poll’s history that President Trump has defeated President Biden.

Even among other vital demographics, such as black and hispanic voters, Biden’s support is dwindling. A recent poll by the New York Times/Siena College found that the Republican frontrunner received record-breaking support from Black voters in crucial states.

The results of this survey, which show that Biden is now behind Trump in five of the six most important battleground states, have caused it to get considerable attention.

Within these six key states, 22 percent of black voters expressed their preference for Trump above Biden in the 2024 presidential election.

Trump received only 8% of the black vote in the 2020 presidential election. Thus, a 22% rise is enormous.

According to CNN senior political analyst and former Obama advisor David Axelrod, Biden should withdraw from the 2024 campaign.

Among hispanic voters, 46% presently choose Biden, down from 63% in 2020, according to a FOX News voter study conducted earlier this year. Additionally, in 2024, 37 percent of hispanic voters will back Trump, up from 35% in 2020.