The majority of US voters feel Joe Biden would not last the full four year term citing health and mental issues.
Most US voters, including nearly half of Democrats, don’t expect Joe Biden to serve his full four-year term if elected president in November, saying his vice president will have to take the helm at some point, a new poll reveals.
Figures from the Rasmussen Reports taken on Monday show that 49% of Democrats feel Biden would not finish the term.
59% of overall voters feel the 77 year old would not finish the full 4 years.
Unsurprisingly, 73 percent percent of Republicans and 57 percent of independents agreed that it’s likely that Biden would have to hand the reigns over to his Vice President, whoever that may be.
Apart from assassination, a president hasn’t been physically unable to finish a term since Franklin D. Roosevelt died in 1945.
And Richard Nixon only didn’t finish his term after stepping down in 1974 due to the Watergate scandal.
The poll also shows that mainstream media’s concerted efforts to dismiss concerns over Biden’s mental and physical fitness for the job have been unconvincing to many Americans.
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