A majority of Americans are concerned that President Joe Biden has proven himself “too old” to be commander in chief, according to a Harvard/Harris poll.
By a margin of 57 percent to 43 percent, respondents said Biden’s performance in office is “showing he is too old to be president,” as opposed to “showing he is fit to be president.” Americans were split on whether Biden, who will turn 79 in November, is mentally fit for the job, with 51 percent expressing confidence in his mental fitness and 49 percent expressing doubts. . .
Things have gotten so bad that voters are beginning to pine for the steadfast leadership, impressive physical stamina, and intellectual fortitude of former president Donald Trump. A slim majority of respondents—51 percent to 49 percent—said Trump was a better president than Biden. Additionally, the poll found that Trump had the highest favorability rating among American politicians, with 48 percent of respondents expressing a favorable opinion, compared with 47 percent of respondents who expressed an unfavorable opinion. That was slightly better than Biden’s result of 46 percent favorable, 49 percent unfavorable. (Read more from “Poll: Majority of Americans Say Biden Has Proven Himself ‘Too Old To Be President’” HERE)
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