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U.S. President Joe Biden has announced that he will wait until the mid-term elections to decide whether he will finally run for re-election in 2024.

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"It's too early to make that kind of decision (...) What I'm doing is doing my job," Biden said during an interview for the US network CBS, stressing that it remains "to be seen" whether he will run for re-election.

In this sense, the president has pointed to the requirements that the electoral law provides once a candidate officially announces his candidacy for the elections. "Suddenly a whole series of factors come into play," he said.

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Biden's statements come after an NBC poll pointed to an increase in voting intentions for the Democrats before the mid-term elections, scheduled for early November.

This data, according to the poll, would be related to the Supreme Court's decision to suspend the constitutional right to abortion, known as the 'Roe v. Wade' case. However, the Republican Party continues to have an advantage for the elections.

In fact, around 63 percent of voters believe that their incomes are becoming less and less sufficient in the face of the rising cost of living, while 58 percent also criticize President Biden's economic management.

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