By Bob Unruh Published March 4, 2021
'Voters still feel he is not physically up for the job'
President Joe Biden listen during a weekly personnel meeting Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House. (Official White House photo by Adam Schultz)
There was much discussion during the 2020 presidential election campaign about Joe Biden's apparent cognitive decline.
The concern has continued during his White House residency. This week, after stumbling over the names of Congress members, he interrupted himself with "What am I doing here? I'm gonna lose track here."
Now a new poll finds 30% of likely voters believe he will quit the White House and not run for reelection.
Rasmussen Reports also found only 39% believe the Democratic president is setting the agenda in Washington.