Although the North American economy is in good condition, this does not translate into support for Biden (Cronicas of Uruguay)

The fact that both have previously been heads of state is something quite peculiar for the United States. According to Stephen Farnsworth, a political scientist at the University of Mary Washington, this “levels the battleground quite a bit, because they both have experience campaigning for the presidency.” However, this has the downside that “it will be very difficult for campaigns to persuade new voters,” since “people already have a very clear idea of which candidate they prefer.”