In the survey commissioned by CNN on May 17-20, it was determined that the positive view of the general voters decreased in the re-election of Biden, where he started the candidacy race ahead of his Democratic rivals.
According to the survey results, only a third (33 percent) of Americans said that Biden’s victory in 2024 would be a step forward or a victory for the country, while positive opinions about the Democratic President were 35 percent in May, up from 42 percent in December 2022. e declined.
In the survey evaluation based on all voters in America, 66 percent of the respondents supported the view that Biden’s re-election as the US President would either cause a setback or a disaster for the country.
Results of the same poll showed that Biden received a 40 percent confidence vote as President of the United States.
60 percent of Democrat and Democrat-leaning voters who participated in the survey stated that they want to see Biden, 20 percent lawyer Robert F. Kennedy and 8 percent writer Marianne Williamson as their party’s candidate in the 2024 presidential elections. The remaining 8 percent said they would support “someone else”.