Famous pollster Frank Luntz said Monday on CNN that President Joe Biden is “not strong but not weak” as the 2024 presidential race heats up.
A recent poll from Marquette University Law School found Biden’s approval rating is at 44% while a CNN/SSRS survey showed Biden had a 46% approval rating, a 2% drop from December.
“Several polls have shown a drop in President Biden’s approval rating ahead of next week’s State of the Union address, this is a CNN poll that shows his approval rating is now at 46% among registered voters,” co-host Don Lemon said. “There is a new Marquette University of Law school poll that shows Biden down by 44% at approval there, what does that data tell you?”
Luntz told Lemon, “It tells me that Joe Biden is challenged. But it doesn’t say he’s going to lose.”
He added, “I also know the age component and I know that this is not just an election about 2024. This is serving in office through 2029, January 20 through January 2029. He is not strong but he is not weak. He does have support from his base but he lost some support among swing voters. And probably most importantly the country is a little bit – just a little bit more optimistic now than it was a few months ago. But still difficult.”
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