Biden Gets Very Bad News

Joe Biden

(StraightShooterNews.com) – Confirming that Americans dread a second Biden administration that would further damage the country, a poll revealed that former President Donald Trump holds an advantage over Joe Biden in the run-up to this year’s presidential election.

In a recent CBS News/YouGov survey inquiring about a theoretical general election scenario, 52% of likely voters expressed their support for Trump as opposed to 48% favoring Biden.

Moreover, the poll dived into perceptions of the candidates’ physical and mental fitness for the presidency.

When questioned about physical capability, 45% of voters thought Trump alone fit for the role, while only 17% believed the same of Biden and 29% doubted both candidates’ physical fitness.

Regarding mental and cognitive health, 43% favored Trump’s capacity in contrast with 26% who supported Biden’s and a quarter of respondents questioned both candidates’ mental fitness.

Additionally, voters were asked about the prospective impact on democracy and rule of law under the leadership of either Biden or Trump, with Biden holding a marginal lead.

Specifically, the poll revealed that 34% of voters believe that U.S. democracy and the rule of law would remain secure with Biden’s victory in the upcoming November election, compared to 33% who felt the same about Trump.

These figures emerge as both individuals appear to be their parties’ likely candidates, which hints at a potentially different outcome next fall from that of the 2020 election.

However, the sentiment surrounding the preservation of democracy under their potential presidencies is not wholly optimistic.

According to the poll a notable 20% of voters anticipate that democracy and the rule of law would be at risk regardless of the election outcome.

Meanwhile, another 13% of respondents maintain that democracy would be safeguarded irrespective of the victor.

This poll included 2,159 U.S. adult residents and was conducted from late February to early March with a margin of error of 2.8 percentage points.