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The ongoing geopolitical conflicts in the world have compounded President Joe Biden’s problems, as evidenced by a striking new poll showing support for Biden has dwindled. According to a recent poll, only a mere 17% of Arab American voters have expressed their intention to vote for Biden in the 2024 elections.

Support dwindles

This figure is in stark contrast to the 59 per cent of Arab-American support Biden got in the 2020 election. Even more concerning is the broader impact on the Democratic Party, as just 23 per cent of Arab Americans now identify with the party.

President Biden has attempted to navigate a delicate line. The Arab American community in the United States consists of approximately 3 million people with diverse religious backgrounds originating from various countries. In the 2020 election, the majority of Arab American voters supported Biden.

While some argue that Arab Americans’ current disaffection may not pose a significant threat to Biden’s 2024 prospects, it’s important to consider the key states where these communities are concentrated. Michigan boasts one of the largest Arab American populations in the country, primarily residing in Dearborn. In the 2020 election, the majority of Arab American voters in Dearborn supported Biden.

With the 2024 presidential election still a year away, some may assume that Biden’s unfavorable ratings will not significantly impact his chances. However, the evident decline in support among the Arab American community serves as a warning sign. The lack of enthusiasm can swiftly turn into outright rejection, making it exceedingly challenging for Biden to secure reelection.

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