Supporters Of Joe Biden Want Michelle Obama To Run

According to a survey, 75% of President Joe Biden’s 2020 voters expressed their support for former First Lady Michelle Obama in the event that she decides to run for the 2024 Democratic nomination.

According to a recent poll conducted by Redfield and Wilton Strategies exclusively for Newsweek, 46 percent of eligible voters would show their support for Michelle Obama, the attorney and wife of former President Barack Obama, if she were to run for the White House. The survey, which included 1,500 U.S. adults, highlights the significant popularity and appeal Michelle Obama holds among potential voters.

In a more detailed breakdown, the data reveals that 75 percent of individuals who cast their vote for Biden in the previous election would be in favor of Michelle Obama. Surprisingly, even 21 percent of those who supported Republican Donald Trump would also lend their support to Michelle Obama.

The survey was conducted prior to Biden’s decisive victory in the Democratic nomination for 2024 on Tuesday. This followed his impressive wins in the primary races in Georgia, Mississippi, and Washington. These survey results are particularly relevant as concerns about the 81-year-old’s chances of re-election continue to persist.

According to recent polls, Biden is trailing behind Trump with less than eight months remaining before the November elections. It is worth noting that the current average approval rating for the president stands at 37.4 percent, marking his lowest-ever rating.


According to the recent poll, around 45 percent of the respondents expressed their support for Joe Biden discontinuing his reelection campaign.

Michelle Obama, although she has never expressed any intention to run for office, continues to hold a significant presence and remains highly admired by the public. Many have speculated about her potential as a future presidential candidate. In an effort to gather more information, an email has been sent to Michelle Obama’s office for comment.

Despite Biden not being as popular as the Democratic Party would hope, it seems that no other candidate has managed to capture the attention of voters either.

Michelle Obama garners the support of 46 percent of eligible voters when presented as the sole option. However, when other prominent Democratic figures are included, her support dwindles to 10 percent, placing her behind Vice President Kamala Harris, who receives 15 percent of the backing. Interestingly, Michelle Obama’s support is on par with that of 2016’s nominee, Hillary Clinton, who also secures 10 percent of the support.

When asked about their preference for the Democratic nominee if Biden were to withdraw, 29 percent of respondents admitted to being unsure. Other options included California Governor Gavin Newsom with 5 percent support and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg with 6 percent support.

Michelle Obama’s team has once again made it clear that she is not seeking the Democratic nomination in 2024.

Crystal Carson, director of communications for Michelle Obama’s office, confirmed to NBC News that the former First Lady has repeatedly stated that she will not be running for president.

Mrs. Obama is a strong supporter of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ re-election campaign.

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