Dems Hit Panic Button

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( – Showcasing America’s discontent with his disastrous leftwing agenda, the current political landscape is causing the Democratic Party to panic as the possibility of Joe Biden’s reelection seems increasingly precarious.

The situation follows revelations from new polls suggesting Biden is lagging behind former President Donald Trump in a speculative electoral rematch across five of six pivotal states that Biden previously secured in 2020.

At 80 years old, Biden confronts a growing “anyone-but-Biden” sentiment, compounded by waning enthusiasm among key demographic groups—young, Black, and Hispanic voters.

The poll, a collaboration between the Siena College Research Institute and The New York Times, uncovered that half of the registered voters felt Trump’s policies were more beneficial to them than Biden’s. Economic trust also tilts in Trump’s favor, with 59% of voters preferring Trump’s economic handling over Biden’s 37%.

Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania showed Biden trailing Trump, with only Wisconsin leaning in Biden’s favor. This data underscores the challenge Biden faces, as voters prioritize economic stability over social issues like abortion rights and the perceived threats to democracy. A striking 71% of survey participants, including nearly 80% under the age of 30, expressed concern that Biden’s age may impede his presidential efficacy.

However, the prospect of a Biden-Trump electoral rematch is far from appealing to many voters, who seem eager for new leadership. Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is resonating with 22% of voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll, particularly among independents.

The sense of urgency is palpable among Democrats. Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal voiced grave concerns about the 2024 election and the party’s grip on democracy. Similarly, David Axelrod, a former adviser to President Obama, publicly pondered whether Biden should reconsider his bid for reelection for both personal and national interests.

While Biden has taken a backseat in some Democratic campaigns, former President Obama has emerged as a more prominent figure in recent political events, including statehouse elections in Virginia and an abortion referendum in Ohio.

Despite the challenges, the Times/Siena poll indicates a disfavor towards Trump and a generic Democrat leading over Trump in battleground states. However, a generic Republican would outpace Biden, signifying a voter desire for an alternative to both Biden and Trump.