The honeymoon appears to be over for Crazy Uncle Joe Biden, the current occupant of the Oval Office. It seems that after the push to get him elected, only about forty percent of Democrats are firmly in his camp, and are already committed to voting for him in 2024 if he chooses to run for president again.
The survey of likely Democrat primary voters, conducted April 30 through May 6, found 36.7 percent said they would “absolutely” vote for Biden, while 20.7 percent said they would “likely” vote for the incumbent, totaling 57.4 percent.
Another 7.9 percent said they would “consider” voting for Biden.
A combined 22.1 percent said they were “unlikely” or “very unlikely” to vote for the sitting president.
That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement of the Biden administration’s first hundred days in office where we in the United States have gone from energy independence to gas lines, inflation making even food expensive, and various other departures from the four years of President Donald Trump when Americans got a taste of what this nation used to be.
So, who would Democrats vote for if not for Biden?
If Biden opted not to run, 41.3 percent of Democrat primary voters said they would support Vice President Kamala Harris, while 9.3 percent would back Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. Eight percent would support socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). Several others received less than six percent each. Twenty-six percent of respondents said they would support “someone else.”
If the Democrats think things are bad under Biden, some of those people would make his tenure as president look like a walk in the park.
When it comes to the switch from Make America Great Again to business as usual, it seems that there are Democrats having buyer’s remorse. It is difficult to be sympathetic as they could not see what a good thing they had when they had it.
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— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) May 13, 2021