Carville Slams Biden! (Video)

( – In striking new evidence that Joe Biden’s reelection prospects are getting highly problematic, prominent leftist campaign strategist James Carville has blasted the president over a mass exodus of young voters from the Democratic Party, especially among people of color.

See the video of Carville’s comments below!

Carville, a strategist renowned for his role in Bill Clinton’s campaign, has voiced his fears on his podcast over the noticeable departure of young voters from the Democratic Party, a critical demographic for the party’s success.

Recent polling data from February revealed that President Joe Biden garnered 52% of the support from Americans aged 18 to 34, with former President Donald Trump securing 48% of the vote within this pivotal group.

This represents a significant shift from historical trends, especially the 2020 presidential elections, a development that Carville found particularly disconcerting during his appearance on “Carville’s Classroom.”

“I’ve been very vocal about this. It’s horrifying our numbers among younger voters, particularly younger blacks, younger Latinos… younger people of color. Particularly males. We’re not shedding them, they’re leaving in droves,” Carville explained.

This sentiment underscores a growing concern within the Democratic Party regarding its appeal among young voters, including significant demographics such as African Americans and Hispanics, who are increasingly moving away from the party, The Daily Caller observes.

In the 2020 presidential election, young voters played a crucial role in Biden’s victory. An analysis by the Pew Research Center highlighted that 59% of voters aged 18 to 29 supported Biden, as opposed to 33% who voted for Trump.

However, recent polling suggests Biden’s diminishing support among young voters may be attributed to his administration’s handling of the conflict between Israel and the Islamist terrorist group Hamas, with a perception among the youth that Biden is favoring Israel.

“I think this issue is deep, and I think it’s a lot deeper than just progressive advocates or young people or college campuses. I hope the president can get some kind of ceasefire and take this off the front burner because, frankly, its damage politically is pretty substantial. And if we get to Chicago at the convention and this thing is still going on, I don’t want to think about what’s going to happen there,” Carville elaborated.

Gallup data from February reveals a nearly 20% decline in the last three years in the Democratic Party’s dominance among black and Hispanic Americans aged 18 to 29. This data points to a broader trend of diminishing support for the Democrats within key constituent groups, signaling potential challenges for the party in maintaining its competitive edge.

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