Half the nation worried Biden not ‘physically and mentally up to the job’

It doesn’t take much for the nation’s vot­ers to become con­cerned that Pres­i­dent Biden, the old­est new chief exec­u­tive at 78 years old, might not be up for the job.

The lat­est proof: His resis­tance to hold­ing a full-blown press con­fer­ence now 49 days into his pres­i­den­cy has half the coun­try worried.

In the lat­est Ras­mussen Reports sur­vey of like­ly vot­ers, 50% said they are not con­fi­dent that “Joe Biden is phys­i­cal­ly and men­tal­ly up to the job of being pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States.” Anoth­er 48% have con­fi­dence in Biden, though only 34% were “very con­fi­dent” that he was up to the job.

Dri­ving that, Ras­mussen said, was Biden’s refusal to meet with reporters. He has had some inter­ac­tions with the small pool of reporters, but his some­times awk­ward speak­ing style has led to crit­i­cism. And the White House has recent­ly cut short his appearances.


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