Two-thirds of likely U.S. voters believe President Joe Biden should take a cognitive test and release the results.
A new national phone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds 42 percent of likely voters are confident Biden is physically and mentally up to the job of being President of the United States. That includes 27 percent who are very confident Biden is up for the job. Fifty-six percent are not confident Biden is up to the job, with 45 percent saying they are not at all confident.
Thirty-eight Republicans members of Congress sent a letter to Biden last week due to concern his “mental decline and forgetfulness have become more apparent over the past two years.”
Sixty-three percent of voters agree Biden’s “mental decline” has “become apparent.” Just 31 percent disagree.
That same letter urged Biden to take a cognitive test and release the results publicly, just as President Donald J. Trump did in 2018.
Sixty-six percent of voters agree. While 52 percent of Democrats said they’re very confident Biden is physically and mentally up to the task, just nine percent of Republicans and 18 percent of unaffiliated voters agree.
Seventy percent of Republicans, 47 percent of unaffiliated voters and 20 percent of Democrats are not at all confident that Biden is physically and mentally up to the job.