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Over 80% of US Citizens Deem Biden Too Old for Another Presidential Term — Poll

Vice President Joe Biden pauses while speaking at a labor rally, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015, in New York

MOSCOW, (Sputnik) — The incumbent 81-year-old US President, Joe Biden, is considered by 86% of Americans too old to serve another presidential term, a fresh ABC News/Ipsos poll showed. That includes 59% of the people polled who said that both Biden, 81, and the 77-year-old former US president, Donald Trump, are too old to be the head of state and 27% who said that it was exclusively Biden who is too old for the second term in the White House. As for Trump, 62% think that he is too old for the job. That includes 3% who think that only the Republican front-runner is too old. Only 11% of the respondents said neither of the presidents, Biden and Trump, was too old to go for another term. AmericasUS Economy Worsened During Biden’s Presidency — PollYesterday, 12:50 GMTThe poll was conducted from February 9-10 among 528 adult US citizens with a margin of sampling error of 4.5%. Biden is the oldest sitting US president. If he wins the election in 2024, he will be 82 when he takes office, and 86 when he completes his second term.

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