66% of Americans Say Biden Winning Re-Election in 2024 Would Be a ‘Disaster or Setback,’ CNN Poll Finds

CNN has just dealt a near-fatal blow to the campaign of Democrat President Joe Biden after revealing the results of a new poll regarding the 2024 election.

CNN’s poll discovered that 66% of Americans think Biden winning a second term in office would be a “disaster or a setback” for the country.

According to CNN’s Jake Tapper, the results from the poll are as bad as it gets.

“Horrible news, horrible for Joe Biden,” Tapper said.

“Those are some bad numbers.”

Only a third of Americans say that Biden winning in 2024 would be a step forward or a good thing for the country (33%).

The favorable views of Biden over the past six months have fallen off a cliff, from 42% in December to 35% now.

Biden’s approval rating for handling the presidency is at 40%, among the lowest for any first-term president since Dwight Eisenhower at this point in their term.

Meanwhile, Biden’s 2024 Democrat primary challenger Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is making some noise.

Only 60% of Democrats and Democrat-leaning voters say they back Biden in the primary.

20% back Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and 8% are with author Marianne Williamson.

President Donald Trump’s numbers were also better than Biden’s in the CNN poll, but not by much.

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CNN contributor David Challian said: “Trump’s hardcore supporters are more into him than perhaps Biden’s hardcore supporters are into him.”

Tapper said: “Yeah, it’s worse for Biden but for both of them, most of the American people think electing them would be a disaster or a setback for both Joe Biden and Donald Trump, the current Democratic and Republican frontrunner.”

According to MSN:

Within his own party, 60% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters say they back Biden for the top of next year’s Democratic ticket, 20% favor activist and lawyer Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and 8% back author Marianne Williamson. Another 8% say they would support an unnamed “someone else.”

Biden’s primary supporters are largely locked in: 58% say they would definitely support him and 42% say that they could change their minds.

In contrast, those backing other candidates are far from committed, with just 19% in that group saying they definitely will support their first-choice candidate and 81% saying that they could change their minds.

The poll suggests that Biden would likely win the support of the vast majority of Democratic-aligned voters in 2024.

Just 14% in that group say they wouldn’t back him in the primary. And only 7% say they definitely would not support him in November 2024 should he win the party’s nod.

But the results signal that Biden could face a challenge keeping Democratic-aligned White non-college voters in his camp in next year’s general election:

16% of these voters say they definitely won’t support Biden in November 2024, compared with 1% of White Democratic-aligned voters with college degrees and 5% of Democratic-aligned voters of color.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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