A whopping 72 percent of Americans said President Joe Biden is not healthy enough to be president ahead of the 2024 election – with just 59 percent saying the same for Donald Trump in a new poll.
It comes just days after the New York Times and Washington Post both published opinion pieces branding the 80-year-old president, the oldest in American history, as too old to run for re-election in 2024.
Perhaps most shockingly, only 7 percent of those polled said that they felt both Biden and Trump had the mental and cognitive health to serve as president, with 23 percent saying neither did.
The polls aren’t necessarily great for either candidate, has 64 percent say a Biden/Trump rematch means the political system is broken, with just eight percent saying both are the best candidates.
However, the news remains far more dismal for the 80-year-old Biden, despite being just three years older than Trump.
Only 33 percent of respondents feel confident Biden will make it to the end of a hypothetical second term, whereas 55 percent say Trump will live to 2029, according to CBS News.
When focusing on mental and physical fitness, voters are much more confident Trump is fit to serve as President for another term – even if they don’t agree with his politics.
A mere 16 percent of respondents think Biden is physically healthy enough for another four years as the Chief Executive. But 43 percent say Trump is healthy enough.
Source of data and images: dailymail