Stunning Post-Debate Poll Provides Catastrophic Results For Biden Campaign


A staggering 72 percent of registered voters do not believe that President Biden has the “mental and cognitive health necessary to serve as president,” a new CBS News/YouGov poll found.

The shocking result represents an eight-point shift after the debate, as 65 percent of respondents said Biden does not have the cognitive ability to serve as president on June 9.

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Former President Donald performed much better, as 50 percent of the electorate believes he has the cognitive ability to serve.

CBS noted that while the final results widely fell along partisan lines, the latest poll found double-digit movement among Democrats, as well as movement among independents.

When asked whether President Biden should continue his presidential bid, the results were staggering once again. Just 28 percent of respondents said Biden should keep going, down from 37 percent in February.

Nearly half of registered Democrats believe that Biden should step aside, with just 54 percent saying he should continue his re-election bid. This represents a ten-point shift from February.

Most voters who say Biden should not continue his campaign have referenced his advanced age, ability to campaign and his effectiveness in office.

The poll comes after multiple outlets have reported that Democrat donors, strategists and elected officials have been mulling the possibility of replacing the president. Biden is meeting with his family at Camp David on Sunday in order to discuss his political future, according to a report from NBC News.

Despite growing panic, Biden has publicly vowed to stay in the race. “I would not be running again if I didn’t believe with all my heart and soul I can  do this job,” the president told supporters in North Carolina on Friday.

Democrat Party insiders told NBC News that if Biden does indeed step down, it may not happen until he is formally nominated at the Democratic National Convention in August. This would give party leaders better control over selecting a replacement.

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