Biden in the White House: Democrats believe one term is sufficient

So will President Biden Seeking re-election in the approaching year 2024?

We don’t know the answer to that yet. But there are some insights into the possibility coming from Democrats themselves, from a polite but insightful Monmouth University poll released this week. Mr. Biden may wish to retire.

“Three in four Democrats (74%) have a positive opinion of Joe Biden and only 14% have a negative opinion. However, when asked what they would like to see in 2024 if they had an election, nearly half (44%) would like to see Biden step down so someone else can run for president as a non-Democrat. Just 25% say they prefer Biden to seek a second term, while 30% say they have no preference either way,” reads the poll analysis.

“Democrats seem to say they like the work Biden has done, but maybe it’s time he moved on when his term is up. However, asking these voters to name a preferred alternative does not result in a lead candidate. Part of that could just be the hold that Democrats are in because Biden has signaled he will actually run,” he said Patrick MurrayDirector of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

“Half (51%) of Democratic voters cannot name a name when asked who they would like to see as the party’s nominee if Biden does not run. Among those who have a preferred alternative, Vice President Kamala Harris (13%) is the only potential contender registering above a single digit,” reads the survey analysis.

Incidentally, the poll gave respondents a staggering choice of 16 potential Democratic candidates, including former First Ladies MichelleObama And Hillary ClintonFormer Georgia State Assemblyman Stacey AbramsGovernor of California Gavin Newsom. Sen. Bernie Sanders and transport minister Pete Buttigieg.

The poll of 542 Democratic and Democrat voters was conducted March 16-20.


A House subcommittee received a reality check this week Andrew R Arthur, a resident fellow in law and politics for the Center for Immigration Studies. The hearing’s title says it all: “Biden’s Growing Border Crisis: Death, Drugs, and Disorder on the Northern Border.”

Keep in mind that this particular boundary is 5,525 miles long and separates seven Canadian provinces and 13 US states. Mr Arthur noted that much of this boundary is, among other things, “craggy, isolated and relatively unpopulated”.

“Given the impressive length of the northern border, it’s understaffed by any measure, and certainly compared to the 1,954-mile-long U.S. southwest border, which itself suffers from a ruthless lack of personnel and resources,” he said.

According to the most recent published statistics – released in 2020 – there were 16,878 border guards stationed along the southern border compared to 2,019 along the northern border.

However, these hard-working agents in the North have arrested over a million illegal entrants in the last two fiscal years alone.

“In just the first five months of fiscal year 2023, US Customs and Border Protection encountered 68,784 foreigners at the northern border,” Arthur said.

The visitors came from India, China, Colombia, the Philippines, Haiti, Venezuela, Mexico and the Ukraine, among others.

“In my more than three decades of immigration and border security work—both before and after 9/11—our borders have never been less secure,” Arthur concluded.

He brought his case before the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations, and Accountability. Find his testimony and organization at


According to the latest ratings from Nielsen Media Research, Fox News Channel ended the first quarter of 2023 as the most-watched network in cable television in both prime time and daytime.

However, the network is not alone.

Sister network Fox Business — a financial news channel — also ended the first quarter of 2023 as the leader in its space, beating CNBC for 12 straight months during key “business hours” — 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET. Fox Business drew an average audience of 213,000 viewers during those hours, compared to CNBC’s 188,000 viewers.

Meanwhile, Fox Business’s “Kudlow” became the top business program of all time for the fifth consecutive quarter with 290,000 viewers, closely followed by the station’s “Varney & Co.” with 280,000 spectators.


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• 67% of the “world population” describe the current economic situation in their country as “poor”.

• 42% are also worried about inflation in their country.

• 31% worry about poverty and social inequality.

• 29% are concerned about crime and violence.

• 28% worry about unemployment.

• 26% worry about financial and political corruption.

• 15% worry about climate change.

• 10% are concerned about military conflicts between nations.

• 6% worried about the coronavirus.

SOURCE: A survey by Ipsos Global Advisor of 20,570 adults born February 17 to March 3 in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, United Kingdom, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Israel and Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Peru, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and the United States.

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