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Boston Globe Poll Reveals Whether Or Not Biden Should Run Again

    The latest poll from Suffolk University/Boston Globe has revealed that things are not looking good for President Joe Biden and whether or not he should run for re-election in 2024, with major warning signs coming out of the state of Rhode Island, which has typically been run for Democrats since time began. Or so it seems.

    Currently, Biden’s approval rating is sitting at around 39 percent among likely midterm voters, which is absolutely atrocious and speaks volumes about how folks are feeling about the current administration. That is to say, not good.

    The vast majority of the Rhode Island residents who were polled disapprove of the president’s job (53 percent) with more than 47 percent stating that he is on the “wrong track,” compared to only about 34 percent seeing things going well with Democrats in office.

    A very large majority of those polled, 69 percent, said Biden should not run for office in 2024. Only 22 percent say Biden, who is 79, should give it a second go-around. I mean, at this point, the White House should just be converted to a nursing home.

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    This is from a heavy Democrat area, as just 13% polled were registered as Republicans. Democrats polled (40%) outnumbered Republicans by more than a 3-to-1 margin.

    And, finally, in an alarming signal to Democrats desperate to clinch congressional majorities in Washington, D.C., a two-time failed GOP gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung is favored to flip a House seat in Rhode Island’s 2nd Congressional District. Fund leads all prospective Democrat primary candidates in a head-to-head race in November for the seat — outside the margin of error — according to the poll.

    “This race, to me, is worthy of being a national story,” Suffolk University Political Research Center Director David Paleologos went on to say to The Boston Globe. “The fact that you have a Republican as the favorite right now is mindboggling, and it speaks to what’s going on in the country.”

    Suffolk University polled 423 likely general election voters June 19-22 for the Globe. The poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.

    With the high price of gas requiring folks to practically sell off their organs on the black market in order to fill up their tanks, not to mention inflation making buying a few things to eat at the grocery store nearly unbearable, is it any wonder folks don’t want the guy to run again?

    He’s a walking nightmare, a disaster waiting to happen.

    And all of this is beside the fact the guy is clearly not operating with a full deck of cards, if you catch my drift.

    Just retire, Joe.