Joe Biden was left in a state of shock after receiving this election news

Joe Biden

Biden’s reelection chances are looking more grim by the day. He may be a one-term president unless his campaign can muster up a miracle.

And Joe Biden was left in a state of shock after receiving this election news.

The 2024 presidential election is shaping up to be one for the ages.

Former President Donald Trump is currently leading President Joe Biden in a variety of polls and would pull off one of the biggest political comebacks if he were to win this November.

Biden’s approval rating and poll numbers are going down each day. But now he’s losing his lead over Trump among this crucial voting group.

According to a Harvard Institute of Politics (IOP) Youth Poll that was released on Thursday, Biden has a 50% to 37% lead over Trump among voters who are aged 18 to 29 years old.

When third-party candidates are introduced into the poll, Biden’s lead decreases to just 7% over Trump among the same age group.

Biden’s lead over Trump among young voters has dropped significantly since 2020. According to Pew Research, Joe Biden had a 20% lead over the former president with young voters.

“Make no mistake, this is a different youth electorate than we saw in 2020 and 2022, and young voters are motivated by different things,” John Della Volpe, the director of IOP polling said.

Young males are the main reason why Biden’s support with the nation’s youth is on the decline.

His support among young women is about the same as it was back in 2020.

But with young men, Biden’s support is down by almost 20%

“From worries about the economy, foreign policy, immigration, and climate, young people across the country are paying attention and are increasingly prepared to make their voices heard at the ballot box this November,” IOP Director Setti D. Warren said.

But it’s not just the youth in the country who have started to stray away from the president.

Latinos and black men are also ditching Biden.

A recent poll from Axios-Ipsos shows that Biden only has a nine-point lead over Trump among Latinos. That’s a drop from 29 points.

A Wall Street Journal poll that was also published recently shows that since 2020, Biden’s support with black men has gone down by 30 points.

These voting blocs are a crucial part of Biden’s reelection campaign.

If he doesn’t get adequate support from them, then Donald Trump could very well win a second term as president in the fall.

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