The state of the union is not strong and Biden should step aside in 2024, voters tell ‘Fox & Friends’

A bipartisan panel of voters joined “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday ahead of President Biden’s second State of the Union address. While voters had differing views on Biden’s performance in office, they all agreed on one statement: The state of the union is not strong.

Voters – Republican, Democratic and moderate – described the state of the union as uninspiring, confusing, destructive and unacceptable.

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President Joe Biden delivers his State of the Union address to Congress at the Capitol on March 01, 2022 in Washington, DC. During his first State of the Union address, Biden talked about his administration’s efforts to lead the global response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, work to curb inflation, and lead the country out of the COVID-19 pandemic. . (Sarah Beth Moneypool/Getty Images)

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But the panelists expressed concern about issues they face every day, such as rising grocery costs.

One panelist recalled seeing a carton of eggs cost more than $11.

Conservative voter Madeleine Bream recounted a similar experience.

“I went to the grocery store last weekend. The same things I always buy — two grocery bags — that cost me $65 now cost me $107,” Bream told co-host Steve Doocy.

Bream encouraged every American to assess whether they are better off now than they were four years ago before returning to the polls in 2024. He then expressed his opinion that the country needed a new, strong leader to “shake things up”.

Marissa Caro-Cortez was an early supporter of President Biden. As a Democratic voter, he refused to take a stand against the incumbent but argued that he missed an ideal opportunity to run in 2016.

“I don’t think he should run again,” she said. “He can’t run for a second term. He’s unfortunately getting old, and he’s just not delivering on what he promised us he was going to do.”

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U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about progress on the administration's economic agenda at the Belmont Water Treatment Center on February 3, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP Photos)

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about progress on the administration’s economic agenda at the Belmont Water Treatment Center on February 3, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP Photos)

Democratic pollster Khayam Payton agreed that Biden should not seek re-election, but noted that the party does not yet have a viable alternative candidate.

Yaton Chu, a moderate voter registered as a Democrat, claimed that the Republicans currently have a strong field of candidates. Chu pointed to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who could potentially lead the party in the next election cycle.

“I don’t want to see someone younger and maybe more centrist and extreme,” she said of her ideal presidential candidate. “I want to see the governor of Florida — where people are coming from New York in droves — versus the states where people are leaving.”

Cho said she doesn’t expect Biden’s State of the Union address to resonate with her.

“Everything is more expensive,” she said. “You’re manipulating the data to make it look great, but it’s not.”

Bream added that she does not trust economic and employment data at all, arguing that the administration can easily manipulate the information or present it in a positive light.

“We’re focusing too much on the numbers, and not really focusing on what’s actually going on,” he said.

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