What Americans want in an ideal president on age, gender, leadership

Dylan Bryan votes during the midterm elections at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral on Tuesday night, Nov. 4, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio.

What if you could pick a president to order?

Let’s make a condition at the beginning that the election in 2024 will be between real people and not some abstractly drawn ideal.

So, according to a TODAY/Suffolk University Poll, Americans in the U.S. expressed preferences about the qualities they like and dislike about the president. All of these can have pointers and red flags for those who are actually running or thinking about it.

David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk Center for Policy Studies, said the job posting might look like this: “What I want is a governor between the ages of 51 and 65 who has business experience and is willing to compromise to get things done. Military experience is a bonus.”


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