Biden Gets Devastating News

Joe Biden

( – Following the nonstop increasing gaffes that have put Joe Biden’s mental acuity in serious doubt, a majority of Americans who voted for him in 2020 now believe his age hinders his effectiveness in running the White House.

According to a recent New York Times/Siena College poll, 61% of those who supported Biden in 2020 expressed to pollsters that Biden’s current age has reached a point where he might not handle the job well anymore.

On a broader scale, 45% percent of registered voters believe that Biden’s oldness poses such a significant problem that he may not be up to the task of running the nation.

Meanwhile, 25% either somewhat or strongly disagree with the notion that Biden is “just too old to be an effective president.” Furthermore, in swing states, 55% of Biden’s supporters in 2020 think his age might delay his functions in the White House.

Surprisingly, even among those who intend to vote for the Democrat in the upcoming presidential elections, 13% share the same age concern.

In contrast, while former President Donald Trump is only four years younger than Biden, voters did not have the same concerns in regards to age. In this case, 21% of the voters think that Trump would be competent and handle the job without any problem.

One of the larger gulfs between the two candidates came when voters were asked about the impact of the candidates’ policies on their lives.

While 40% of the voters believe Trump’s policies have been beneficial, only 18% feel the same about Biden’s policies. On the other side, 43% believe that the Biden administration policies have damaged them in all aspects.

Likewise, if the election were held today, 48% of registered voters would choose the former president which establish a five-point lead over Biden.

The New York Times/Siena survey is the latest in a series of polls which reflects negatively on Biden.

CBS News and YouGov indicated that Trump has the lead with a four-point over Biden, and a recent Harvard/Harris poll showcased Trump winning 53% of surveyed voters, with Biden at 47%.

The RealClearPolitics average positions Trump with a 2.3-percentage-point advantage over Biden, and among the eleven surveys listed only one predicts that Biden may win the election.

Positively for the GOP supporters, Trump has maintained his lead over Biden in the polling average since September.