According to a recent Zogby Poll survey, 20% of likely voters now regret voting for President Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
Meanwhile, “three quarters of likely voters” did not regret their vote, while “4% were not sure how they felt.”
As Zogby Poll noted, some “very important groups” which “normally lean left and Democrat” were “even more regretful about voting for the president in 2020.”
Among younger voters aged 18 to 29 years old who were surveyed, 27% regretted voting for Joe Biden. 67% did not regret their vote, while 6% were not sure. For voters aged between 30 and 49 years old, 30% regretted their vote for Biden, compared to 67% who did not and 4% who were not sure.
This level of regret dropped for older voters. For those aged 50 to 64 years old, 10% regretted their vote (87% did not regret their vote), while only 6% of voters aged at least 65 years old regretted voting for Biden