As the fight for the White House draws closer, Tammy Bruce and former New York State Sen. David Carlucci joined ‘The Faulkner Focus’ to talk about the far-left’s efforts to increase support for VP Harris.
According to a new poll, most Democrats are “very comfortable” with vice president Kamala Harris taking over as president in the event that Joe Biden is unable to do so.
According to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll issued on Tuesday, 86% of Democratic Biden supporters indicated they would be very or somewhat at peace with Harris taking over as president if the two were to be re-elected for another four years but Biden were to become unable to complete the full term.
Despite having poor overall popularity ratings, the polling data shows that Democrats strongly favour the vice president. According to a Fox News poll from April, 73% of Democrats do, however, approve of the vice president’s job performance.
“Let me be crystal clear. Voting for President Harris is really voting for President Biden. In June, amid doubts about Biden’s capacity to serve another four years, GOP presidential hopeful Nikki Haley told Fox News, “We are running against Kamala Harris. “If Joe Biden wins this election, Kamala Harris will become president of the United States.”
If Joe Biden wins this election, Kamala Harris will become the next president of the United States, according to Nikki Haley. (Image: Mandel Ngan/Getty Images)
While 58% of respondents indicated they would support Biden if the Democratic primary were conducted today, 21% said they were still unsure. In 2024, about 15% of voters stated they would support Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., while 6% want Marianne Williamson to run as well.
The poll indicates that 66% of people think the nation is now moving in the wrong path.
The poll by Suffolk University and USA Today had a plus or minus 3.1 percentage point margin of error and was conducted from June 5 to June 9.