Most voters believe Biden is too old for a second term: Poll
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Many American voters believe President Joe Biden is too old to run for re-election in 2024, according to a Wall Street Journal poll published Monday.

Biden and former President Donald Trump are competing in a potential 2020 rematch.

Despite the candidates' relatively close ages, a significant 73% of voters expressed concern about Biden's age, feeling that he is too old for a second term. In contrast, 47% of voters shared similar concerns about the 77-year-old Trump.

Additionally, by an 11-point margin, more voters believe that Trump than Biden has a track record of accomplishments as president, with 51% of respondents viewing Trump this way, while only 40% feel the same way about Biden.

When Biden was sworn in on January 20, 2021, he became the oldest living president at age 78. If he were to serve a second term, he would begin it at age 82 and end it at age 86. (AA)

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