A poll from Rasmussen, which some people think is an inaccurate pollster, has Biden with 57%, RFK Jr. with 25%, and Williamson with 3%. I hope RFK's support is less than that. If his polls get better, and Biden makes mistakes with age, it can convince voters that it is okay for an incumbent to not be renominated, maybe RFK gets important endorsements, maybe he wins states, it becomes comeptitive, and Biden has to spend money to win primaries in states he does not want to spend money in because they are safe in either direction in the general election. Hopefully RFK does not improve. Since term limits were made, the only time an incumbent chose not to run was Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968. Since then, the thirteen incumbents had five wins, four losses, and four term-limiteds. That excludes JFK, who was assassinated during his first and only term. A general election between Trump and RFK would be like choosing how much shit I wanted to eat. I strongly prefer Biden over any other candidate in any party. Edit: Right after I posted, another poll has much better results with Biden with 68%, RFK Jr. with 7%, and Williamson with 4%. I watched that. Cuban-Americans are much more Republican than other Hispanics, and there are not many Cuban-Americans outside of Florida. The national Democratic party saw the close losses for senator and governor in 2018 when Democrats won the nationwide House vote by 8.5 percent, and decided to give up and stop spending money in Florida. The national Democratic party spent much less in Florida in 2020 than in 2018, and a negligible amount in 2022. A drop from 69 percent to 61 percent among a group that will increase what percent of the electorate it is matters.