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Concerns Over Biden’s Age Mount: 75% of Democrats Worried

A substantial portion of Democrats has voiced apprehensions regarding President Joe Biden’s ability to fulfill his presidential duties due to his age, as per a recent poll. In an exclusive survey conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for Newsweek, it was unveiled that a significant 75% of Biden voters were, to varying extents, “concerned” about the fact that he is 80 years old.

The divisions among 1,500 likely voters, however, were more pronounced when it came to deliberating whether Biden’s age should bar him from seeking reelection in 2024. Among the respondents, 42% concurred with the notion that Biden is “too old” to embark on a second term.

Interestingly, the poll conducted on August 5-6 delineated that a mere 14% of participants exhibited no qualms regarding the potential impact of Biden’s age on his job performance. Meanwhile, 31% indicated disagreement with the idea that he should abstain from seeking a second term.

Notably, President Biden has shown sensitivity regarding discussions about his age. If he were to secure a second term and complete it in 2029, he would be 86 years old by the time he leaves office. This age juxtaposes against his close rival, former President Donald Trump, who, at 77 years old, would reach 82 at the culmination of a prospective second term.

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