A poll conducted by Suffolk University and USA Today, and published by the New York Post, showed that the majority of Americans want a president under the age of 65, and reject the candidacy of former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden again.
According to the survey, 50% of the participants consider that the ideal president for them should be between 51 and 65 years old, and 25% prefer that the head of state be younger than that, between 35 and 50 years old.
While 15% of the respondents said that age does not matter, while 8% preferred the victory of a candidate between the ages of 66 and 80, while only 0.4% wanted the age of the President of the United States to be more than 80 years old.
When the participants were asked if they would like Trump and Biden to run again, the respondents overwhelmingly answered No, and 69% opposed Trump’s candidacy and 67% opposed Biden’s candidacy.
Likewise, a Quinnipiac University poll, issued on November 22, showed that the majority of Americans see Trump’s run for president as a bad thing, with 57% of Americans believed that Trump’s run for president in 2024 is a bad thing.
Democrats 88% vs. Independents 58% vs. 32% think it is a bad thing, while Republicans 62% think it is a good thing.
Earlier, the former National Security Adviser to the White House, John Bolton, announced on Tuesday, his willingness to run for the next US presidential elections in 2024.
“If the current Republican presidential candidates don’t abandon Donald Trump, I’m ready to run,” Bolton said during an interview with the NBC.