Three-quarters of self-identified Democrats want someone other than President Joe Biden to be the party’s nominee in 2024, according to a new CNN poll.
The poll found that 75% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters want the party to select a different nominee, up from 51% in February.
The poll comes after a series of new surveys showed Biden’s approval rating falling deeper into the 30s.
Biden has been under fire from the right over rising inflation and high gas prices. He has also caught heat from the left over his failed legislative agenda, which was stymied by West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin and Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in the 50-50 Senate.
About a quarter of Democrats said they want a different nominee because they do not think Biden can win re-election, up from 18% in February.
About a third say they simply don’t want Biden to be reelected, up from 16% earlier this year.
Just 25% said they prefer Biden as the nominee, down from 45% in February.
By age, 31% of Democrats over 45 want Biden as the nominee while only 18% of voters under 45 want him on the ticket.
GOP wants to dump Trump too:
The poll also found that 55% of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters want to run someone other than Trump in 2024, up slightly from 49% in February.
About half of the Republicans polled said they don’t want Trump to be president, up from 39%, while just 15% said they don’t think Trump can defeat the Democrats.