Six in 10 Americans believe Joe Biden’s leadership is not good, an unexpected difficulty for the Democrat, who is running for the 2024 election in which he hopes to keep him in the White House for another four years.
According to the latest CNN polls, only 39% of voters support the 80-year-old president’s leadership. The rest think things are not going well in the United States
Almost half of registered voters believe so Any Republican with his party’s nomination under his belt would be a better alternative to Biden in 2024
In this sense, Donald Trump is leading the polls within his party, despite the lawsuits he is facing, which have brought him to court several times in recent months.
Among Democratic voters, Biden suffers a loss of confidence and a widespread concern about their age and 67% believe the party should choose another candidate.
In a direct confrontation with Donald Trump, however, there is no clear winner, according to the poll published by CNN on Thursday. Likewise, there is no obvious winner in a hypothetical duel with the other Republican candidates in the running.
The complications of Hunter Biden
On the other hand, 61% of Americans believe that Joe Biden was in some way involved in his son Hunter’s judicial affairs in Ukraine and China while he was vice president during Barack Obama’s administration.
42% of Americans believe Biden acted illegally, while 18% believe his actions violated ethical standards when they were not illegal.
Hunter Biden, the son who gets the President in trouble. Photo: REUTERS
According to US media, special counsel Hunter Biden wants to accuse Biden of illegal possession of a firearm that was acquired by lying about drug use. The trial could take place in the middle of his father’s election campaign
The President’s son had reached a settlement with prosecutors that included this crime and that of tax evasion to avoid jail time. But the judge rejected the agreement, which Republicans had sharply criticized as a convenience deal.
Hunter Biden, an attorney and lobbyist, is accused of failing to file his tax returns in 2017 and 2018 for total earnings of $1.5 million.
Trump and other Republicans have made him one of their favorite targets, to the point that they even consider him Joe Biden’s Achilles’ heel.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, leads the polls within the Republican Party despite a string of lawsuits weighing on him, reaching the White House in 2024 ahead of his main Republican rival, Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida
According to the latest survey by The Wall Street Journal Among Republican voters, the former president is the top pick at 59%, up 11% from April, and ahead of Florida’s governor, whose score nearly doubled to 46 points over the same period.