United States president Joe Biden has gone through a lot although most expected it the moment he took office. Although he appears to speak sense, it has not entirely translated into success.

There are a lot of constituents believed to be unhappy with the 79-year-old leader. And things have just gotten worse, particularly with the current pandemic.

Speaking of which, Biden did somehow fare well in that aspect in the new ABC/Ipsos poll. However, that ray of light is not as bright as one would think with crime and inflation considerably overshadowing the issues the United States is facing.

The poll figures are alarming with most Americans (69%) disapproving of how Biden is handling inflation. Only 28% have approved of his management.

Further, 57% disapprove of Biden’s handling of the country’s economic recovery. Partisan splits for inflation show expected negativity in Republican views (94% disapproving).

However, the survey also reveals weaknesses from Biden's party with only a slim majority of Democrats (54%) approving. Biden's orbit is also hemorrhaging independent voters, with 71% disapproving of his handling of inflation.

The ABC/Ipsos poll, which was conducted by Ipsos in partnership with ABC News using Ipsos' KnowledgePanel.

Heading towards the 2024 polls where Biden allegedly plans to run again, his chances are not looking too good. With that said, it appears the logical move is to start considering people who can do better.

There are plenty to mention as detailed in a report by CNN. At the top of the list is Kamala Harris who has not exactly performed well as the US Vice President. Regardless, Harris is the most likely Democrat not named Biden to wind up as the Democratic nominee in 2024.

There are other names such as Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Roy Cooper Mitch Landrieu and Gina Raimondo who are worth keeping watch.

In all, if Biden changes his mind to run for the presidency in 2024, it could result in a pretty crowded field of Democrats who seek to replace him.

U.S President Joe Biden
U.S President Joe Biden speaks during an event in the East Room of the White House September 16, 2021 in Washington, DC. Biden spoke about the U.S. economy during the event. Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

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