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What will the real GDP/capita of the USA be in 2024 if Joe Biden is elected president?

What will the real GDP per capita of the United States be (in 2020 dollars) in 2024 if Joe Biden is elected president in the 2020 USA presidential election?

This question resolves to the real annual GDP per capita of the United States for 2024, according to FRED's Real gross domestic product per capita dataset (converted into 2019 USD, using FRED's deflator series).

If Joe Biden is not elected for any reason, question resolves ambiguously.

Note that the question resolves positively, even if Joe Biden does not serve the full duration of his term (for example if he never assumes office).


This is part of a pair of questions, along with a similar question about Donald Trump, inspired by this post.

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