Presidents, leaders, and politicians are all figures who possess some form of authority, power, and influence. The intent is to ‘lead’ a city, state, or country through its daily activities and trying times. Over the years, countries have seen the election of many presidents, some older, younger, male, female, etc.

Recently, debates about the ages of presidents surfaced when there were alleged reports of U.S. President Joe Biden planning to run for the 2024 elections again. ‘He’s fit to be president right now. But he’s too old for the next election,’ many remarked. By the 2024 presidential elections, President Joe Biden is expected to be over 80 years old.

The above and an interview on the same topic sparked opinions worldwide on the ‘ideal’ ages a president should be. Most importantly, are there ‘ideals’ regarding how a president should or should not be? If so, what are these ideals and what are they based on?

With regards to age, many nowadays say that younger presidents are preferred as they’re relatively younger and may have new, fresh insights on matters. In contrast, others feel older presidents are the way to go as they have more experience in various fields. It is safe to say, however, that competency and capability have a lot to do with the individual itself rather than age, gender, etc.

It is for this reason that Real Research launched a survey on younger vs older presidents. The survey aims to seek opinions on what the public ‘ideally’ thinks about the age of a president and whether age can be associated with the capabilities of a good president.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on younger vs older presidents (Is Joe Biden too old to be president?) on the Real Research app from July 19, 2022. After that, you will receive 12 TNCs as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on Younger vs Older Presidents

Target Number of Participants:
50,000 Users

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