86% US voters find Biden 'too old' for second-term presidency

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The latest poll conducted in the U.S. indicates that more than four out of five voters believe President Joe Biden is too old to serve another term as president

86% US voters find Biden 'too old' for second-term presidency

In an ABC News/Ipsos survey, 86% of participants stated that 81-year-old President Joe Biden is "too old" to serve a second term as president.

According to the poll conducted on Feb. 9 and Feb. 10, 59% of the same group expressed that Biden and former President Donald Trump are too old for a second-term presidency.

While 27% of those surveyed stated that Biden is only "too old" to serve another four years as president, this figure rose to 91% for Biden among independent voters and to 71% for Trump.

According to the same survey, the majority of U.S. voters (44% to 26%) believe that Trump would better protect the country's borders compared to Biden.

Furthermore, an increasing number of Americans trust Trump over Biden on issues such as the economy, crime, and inflation.

Source: Newsroom


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