Polit­i­cal Sta­tis­ti­cian Airs Con­cerns Over Dems Run­ning A Biden Re-Elec­tion Tick­et

Political Statistician Airs Concerns Over Dems Running A Biden Re-Election Ticket

A polit­i­cal sta­tis­ti­cian sug­gest­ed on Mon­day that the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty should con­sid­er find­ing a new can­di­date to run for the White House in 2024 if Pres­i­dent Joe Biden fails to run a “nor­mal cam­paign,” becom­ing the lat­est ana­lyst to cite con­cerns about his chances of win­ning a sec­ond term.
Nate Sil­ver, founder and for­mer edi­tor-in-chief of the data-focused out­let FiveThir­tyEight, expressed doubt in his Sub­stack newslet­ter about Biden’s abil­i­ty to win anoth­er term in Wash­ing­ton D.C., not­ing the president’s approval rat­ings con­tin­ue to sink to their low­est num­bers ever.
But con­vinc­ing Biden to pass the torch to a fresh can­di­date or go all in on a re-elec­tion cam­paign could get com­pli­cat­ed either way, accord …