Poll: Less Than Half Of Voters Think Biden Is Fit To Lead

(PatriotWise.com)- According to a new poll from Just the News with Scott Rasmussen, less than half of the American voting public believe that President Joe Biden is fit to hold the White House.

The poll is one of many surveys expected over the coming year after Rasmussen’s RMG Research joined with Just the News to produce “polling that measures sentiments on issues resonating with everyday Americans outside the Beltway.”

Respondents were asked about several recent gaffes made by President Joe Biden, and were then asked their opinion about whether or not he is fit to be in the office.

The results were shocking.

Some 46% of respondents said that the president is “fine and fit for office” and that the gaffes don’t concern them. That’s less than half of the public.

Some 40%, however, said that they are “concerned President Biden is suffering from some sort of condition that contributes to the gaffes.”

Even with the absolute hatred that the Democrats had for former President Donald Trump, few doubted his mental capacity or overall cognitive health.

President Biden’s health has been in question for some time. Throughout the presidential campaign, the then-candidate relied heavily on teleprompters not just for speeches but also for answering questions from the press.

A former White House stenographer also claimed that Biden has lost roughly 50% of his cognitive abilities. So the general public is in good company when it comes to viewing Biden as unwell.

Mike McCormick told Steve Bannon’s “War Room” show on America’s Voice News that Biden was very visibly deteriorating.

“It’s almost like he’s a Stepford President. He’s this robotic guy. He’s going through the motions,” he said.

In January, Biden sat down in front of the press to sign yet more executive orders, and didn’t take questions. And it was clear why.

President Biden didn’t appear to know where he was, wasn’t sure what he was signing, and then spent moments trying to figure out where to put his pen. He then got up out of his chair and abruptly left.

Does that look like a healthy president to you?

The survey of 1,200 people took place between March 11 and 13, and had a margin of error of +/- 2.8%.