56% of voters ‘have doubts’ about Biden’s mental ‘fitness’ for office

September’s Harvard/Harris poll showed President Joe Biden’s endorsement still underwater as the majority of voters “have doubts” about his mental “fitness” for the job.

Biden’s approval rose a bit in September but still remains underwater, with just 41% saying they approve of him while 55% still disapprove of his nearly two years in office. There were also five percent who said they weren’t sure how they felt.

The poll also showed 56% also said they ‘have doubts’ about Biden’s mental ‘fitness’ to serve as president, while just 44% said he was ‘mentally fit’. . That number included 67% independents, 85% Republicans and just 18% Democrats.

Additionally, when asked if Biden was “too old to be president” or “showing fit to be president,” 63% said “too old,” while that only 37% answered the other. In another question, 67% also said Biden should “not run” for another term, while only 33% said he should “run.”

Additionally, when respondents from registered voters were asked what they thought were the “most important issues facing the country today”, 39% said that “rising prices/inflation” was the biggest problem. Next come “economy and employment” at 26% and immigration at 22%.

Some of the least important issues for registered voters were ‘political correctness/cancellation culture’ at 5%, ‘foreign policy’ at 4%, ‘cybersecurity’ at 4% and ‘police’ at 3% .

The Harvard/Harris poll was conducted Sept. 7-8 with 1,885 registered voters.

Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News. Write to him at jbliss@breitbart.com or follow him on Twitter @JacobMBliss.


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