According to a Newsmax article, there is widespread dissatisfaction with President Joe Biden among members of his own party. They report that a poll conducted in July by the New York Times and Siena College found that 61% of Democrats would like to see a different candidate serve as their party's nominee in 2024.
The problem that Biden is currently facing is the result of him staffing his administration with progressives. These progressives place an excessive amount of importance on his social agenda and impose policies that frequently do a poor job of addressing the economic concerns that are closest to the hearts of the majority of voters.
In 2020, Joe Biden presented himself to the Democratic Party as the moderate option to Bernie Sanders and other politicians who stood for a more progressive ideology who were fighting for the party's candidacy for president.
It's possible that Democratic primary voters were receptive to calls for greater economic, climate, and racial justice, but they were likely wary of the more severe measures urged by other contenders.
Once Joe Biden had ensured that he would be the Democratic nominee, he shifted his focus to uniting the party by including far-left party leaders like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the crafting of his program.
In the end, he opted to fill senior positions with individuals such as Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Director of the National Economic Council Brian Deese.