A Granite State Poll released on April 20 shows that Joe Biden has almost no support whatsoever among young Democrats in New Hampshire and tepid support at best among all New Hampshire Dems.
With Biden’s numbers in rock bottom among young voters, will the GOP finally come up with an agenda and candidate that’s attractive to Americans under the age of 45? Time will tell.
When asked who they would like to see as the Democratic party’s 2024 nominee, only nine percent of likely Democratic voters between the ages of 18 and 34 chose Joe Biden. Just. Nine. Percent.
50 percent of young New Hampshire Democrats state that they definitely do not want Biden to run. Another 23 percent say that they probably would want to see Biden run again. That 73 percent of young New Hampshire Democrats that are thumbs down on Biden 2024.
And 49 percent of young New Hampshire Democrats have an unfavorable view of Joe Biden.
Biden’s numbers among all New Hampshire Democrats are also awful.
23 percent of all likely Democratic primary voters have an unfavorable impression of Biden. Scranton Joe is particularly disliked among working class Democrats. 44 percent of likely Democratic voters that make less than $45,000 and 40 percent with a high school degree or less have an unfavorable impression of Biden.
Joe Biden’s numbers are better than one national Democratic politician—his own Vice President. 44 percent of likely Democratic voters that make less than $45,000 and 53 percent with a high school degree or less have an unfavorable impression of Kamala Harris.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who just announced his candidacy has 27 percent favorable/17 percent unfavorable among young New Hampshire democrats. Kennedy’s opposition to the deep state, corporatism, and endless wars contrasts with the authoritarianism, cronyism and militarism of the Biden Administration.
Kennedy’s appearance on Tucker Carlson’s show is well worth watching.
GOUSA hasn’t yet published a rating for Robert Kennedy. A rating will be available once more information becomes available about his positions.