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Survey finds nearly half of voters believe Biden will be replaced on Dem ticket  Michelle Obama is top choice to replacement Biden, VP Harris comes in second Speculation over Biden remaining on the ticket went into overdrive following the special counsel report

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A new poll finds nearly half of voters think it is likely the Democratic party will find another candidate to replace Joe Biden ahead of the November election, but the favorite choice to replace him has already expressed little interest in ever holding elected office.

The Rasmussen Reports survey finds that 47 percent of likely U.S. voters believe it is likely Democrats will replace Biden as the party’s presidential nominee including 22 percent who see it as very likely despite nearly all Democratic party leaders backing the 81-year-old as he seeks a second term.

Speculation has been building over who could potentially replace Biden should he exit the race ahead of November. It reached a fever pitch after Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report into Biden's handling of classified documents was released earlier this month in which Biden was described as an elderly man with poor memory.

While nearly half of voters believe Biden will be replaced on the ticket, more Republicans at 66 percent believe it is at least somewhat likely Democrats will replace Biden with another candidate. Only 33 percent of Democrats and 43 percent of unaffiliated voters said the same.

However, there is little consensus among Democratic voters over who would be a better option to replace him should Biden decide to step aside.

20 percent of Democrats in the survey named former First Lady Michelle Obama as the favorite choice to replace Biden.

That was followed by 15 percent who preferred Vice President Kamala

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