Poll Reveals Michelle Obama As The Preferred Replacement For Joe Biden As The Democratic Candidate

Aiexpress – A recent poll revealed that Michelle Obama is the preferred candidate among Democrat voters to replace Joe Biden in the upcoming US presidential election.

According to a recent poll by Rasmussen Reports, it was found that almost half (47 percent) of the surveyed Democratic voters are in favor of the party seeking another candidate to replace Joe Biden before the upcoming election in November. On the other hand, 38 percent of the respondents expressed their disapproval of this idea.

According to the poll, only 33 percent of participants believe that a change is likely to occur before the election.

Democratic voters were divided on the question of who should take the place of the 81-year-old on the ballot if he decides not to run for a second term.

Former First Lady Obama emerged as the clear favorite, garnering 20 percent support among a range of options. The list included Vice President Kamala Harris, former Secretary of State and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, California Governor Gavin Newsom, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, as well as the choices of “none of the above” and “not sure.”


According to the survey, the majority of potential Democratic voters, accounting for 27 percent, opted for “none of the above.” This indicates their dissatisfaction with Joe Biden as well as their lack of enthusiasm for any of the other proposed candidates.

According to the survey, Kamala Harris emerged as the second most favored choice among Democrats, with 15 percent of respondents expressing their support for the Vice President to potentially replace Biden as the candidate.

According to recent polls, approximately twelve percent of individuals believe that 76-year-old Clinton should replace Biden as the potential candidate. This scenario could potentially result in a rematch of the 2016 election, where Clinton faced off against the leading Republican candidate, Donald Trump.

Eleven percent of respondents expressed their support for Newsom, 56, amid rumors of a potential “shadow campaign” for the White House in the event that Biden steps down due to health issues. Whitmer, 52, the youngest candidate, garnered nine percent of the vote. Meanwhile, six percent remained undecided.

Senator Ted Cruz floated the idea in September of Hillary Clinton being “parachuted in” at the Democratic National Convention, which took place in her hometown of Chicago, and chosen as the party’s nominee for the upcoming November election.

Despite being the oldest ever Commander-in-Chief, Biden currently trails behind former President Donald Trump, 77, in various polls conducted in key battleground areas.

Concerns have been raised regarding his mental ability following a series of verbal errors, prompting questions about how he would handle a second term at the age of 86.

The White House maintains that President Biden remains smart and engaged. Over the weekend, California Governor Gavin Newsom remarked that the president’s age and experience are important arguments for his re-election for a second term.

Rasmussen Reports conducted the national telephone and internet survey, which included 960 likely US voters between February 18 and 20.

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