According to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, likely Iowa Democratic caucus voters are not buying into 76-year-old Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign bid for the White House. Among those polled, 36.7 percent cited an age-related reason as their chief concern, ranging from being too old or even that he had already had his time. Even more, 41.24% were not impressed with Biden’s performance in the debates compared with 50% who said Kamala Harris did better than expected. Once again, Democrats look to crown the latest minority group star as the heir apparent to president of the Club for Victimhood.
Here’s more from Washington Examiner…
Joe Biden’s age and what was seen as a poor performance in last week’s debate appear to be significant problems for him in Iowa.
A Suffolk University/USA Today poll of likely Iowa Democratic caucus voters released Thursday found that a third of those who do not support Biden cite the former vice president’s 76 years, lack of fresh ideas, or other reasons relating to Biden’s long political career as reasons for spurning him.
Some 36.7% cited age-related reasons. 15.2% said that Biden was too old or that they want a younger candidate, 7.5% said that they want someone new/fresh ideas, 7.2% said that Biden should “pass the torch” or that he had his time, 4.8% said that they want diversity or that Biden is old school, and 2.1% said he was out of touch.