Democrats are extremely nervous: just a year before the 2024 US election, outgoing President Joe Biden is behind in five out of six states in the United States – the so-called swing states.
According to the New York Times-Siena College poll, Trump is ahead in the states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania. Biden is ahead only in Wisconsin. He won all six states in 2020. Now in these states the former President is ahead with 44 to 48 percent.
Those polled again often expressed skepticism about Biden’s advancing age and mental fitness. Many people – including those in his own party – do not have confidence in him to serve two terms in office. And so the debate has resurfaced over whether the embattled president should not run for office. “It’s too late to change horses. “A lot will happen next year that no one can predict, and Biden’s team says his determination to contest the election is clear,” David Axelrod, a former strategist for President Barack Obama, said on X.