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Just 28 percent of likely U.S. voters believe President Joe Biden will be re-elected if he decides to seek a second term, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey.

Thirty-eight percent said Biden would lose to a Republican candidate in 2024 while 21 percent said it is more likely Biden will resign prior to completing his first term. Fifteen percent said they were not sure.

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Twenty-six percent of likely U.S. voters said they are very confident Biden is physically and mentally up to the job. Seventeen percent said they are somewhat confident. However, 13 percent said they are not very confident and a whopping 42 percent said they are not at all confident.

Astonishingly, 37 percent of voters said they believe Biden is actually doing the job of president. Fifty-three percent said they think others are making decisions for him behind the scenes.

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