February 27, 2024

New Poll Reveals Michelle Obama Preferred Candidate to Joe Biden

The 2024 election season is now in full swing, and polling still says that the overwhelming majority of Democrats want a different option than Joe Biden.

They did have one in Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN), but they have ignored him on the primary ballots, handing Joe Biden huge wins in the primary races that have taken place so far.

Even so, polling is still going on, and it would appear that would change dramatically if it were Michelle Obama on the ballot.

Dream Big

That is what Democrats are doing right now because it seems highly unlikely that Michelle Obama is going to give up her posh life for four or eight years and miss out on the lavish lifestyle she and Obama now have.

They have a production company, they are writing books, and they are rubbing elbows with the rich and famous on super yachts.

Since leaving office, the Obamas now have an estimated net worth of about $70 million.

All that gets put on hold if Michelle decides to replace Joe on the ballot, which is why I don’t see it happening.

Barack is 62 and Michelle is 60, so this is when they are supposed to enjoy the empty house and live it up.

If Michelle runs and wins, then serves two terms, they are both pushing 70 by the time they leave office, and being rich and retired at 60 is a lot better than being rich and retired at 70.

According to the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, many Democrats do not see it that way.

The poll found that 47% of voters think that Biden will be replaced on the ballot before election day.

When Democrats were polled about who they wanted instead of Joe, Michelle Obama garnered 20% of the vote, followed by, if you can believe it, Kamala Harris at 15%.

Hillary came in third at 12%, with Gavin Newsom in fourth at 11%, and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmore coming in at 9%.

I cannot help but laugh that there are some pretty big issues, mostly corruption, tied to every candidate on that list, but that is the best the Dems have to offer these days.

If we remove Michelle Obama from the picture, the future of the Democrat Party is not in good shape.

If we fast forward to 2028, and make the assumption that DeSantis will be the nominee, who on that list of opponents could possibly beat him in an election?

As I have stated before, my belief is that Joe is their horse, and win or lose, they are now forced to ride him to the finish line.

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