A study conducted in July by Harvard and Harris found that twenty-five percent of Democrats are concerned about President Joe Biden’s mental health.
Comparatively, 41 percent of all registered voters feel that the current president is mentally able to serve as President of the United States, while 59 percent of all registered voters have reservations about the president’s mental competence.
85% of Republicans are skeptical of the 80-year-old Biden’s mental acuity, while just 15 percent are not concerned about it at all. In comparison, just 24 percent of Democrats have the same questions about Biden’s mental capacity, while 71 percent of independents have issues about his mental competence.
In addition, 68 percent of respondents claimed that Biden is displaying indicators that indicate he is too old to be president, while 32 percent feel that he is capable of becoming commander-in-chief. It is believed by 54% of Democrats that he is demonstrating that he is qualified to be president, while 43% of Democrats disagree. Republicans, who make up 91% of the population, and independents, who make up 75% of the population, feel that Biden is showing that his age is a disadvantage to his chances of becoming president.
In spite of this, Democrats continue to back Biden in the Democratic primary, where he now has support from 62 percent of the party. 16 percent of respondents also picked Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who was followed by just five percent of respondents who liked Marianne Williamson as their choice.
Eleven percent of Democrats have not yet made up their minds, while five percent have suggested another candidate.
According to the findings of the poll, there are no noteworthy discrepancies between June 2023 and those results.
According to the results of the poll, former President Donald Trump was in the lead in the fight for the Republican nomination and also had a five-point advantage over President Joe Biden in a head-to-head contest.