A new Wall Street Journal poll sheds light on how voters feel about another four years of President Biden.
Although the man himself and the White House have repeatedly declared his intent to run for re-election, people close to Biden suggest he’ll make his decision after midterm elections.
The Wall Street Journal’s poll, conducted by interviewing dozens of voters, activists, and local officials in battleground states along with poll respondents, finds Americans might not need that long to decide.
52% of Americans don’t think he’ll run, while only 29% do. Even among Democrats, only 41% think he’ll pursue a second term, while 32% say the don’t think he will. A full 26% of Democrats are unsure, much higher than the 19% rate among all voters.
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