It is a high-stakes question with high-stakes ramifications.
Given their ages, personalities, and political agendas, I will NOT vote for either Trump or Biden. I have been following No Labels and the Congressional caucus 'Problem Solvers' that is composed of an equal number of Democrats and Republicans. Seeking centrist president/Veep to lead the country in 2024 is - in my mind - imperative. We are sinking today - and the election of EITHER Trump or Biden will simply hasten our decline.
The problem is to get someone prominent enough to make this third party concept viable. Ross Perot might have been able to be a successful third party candidate BEFORE he pulled out and then re-entered the race. I've become convinced his goal was to deny Bush 41 a second term rather than to actually win. When he realized he was polling so strong and had so much support in July, 1992, he quit the race. Then in October, 1992, when he knew with 100% certainty he could no longer win, he re-entered the race. He knew he'd take votes from President Bush who he hated and that it would benefit Bill Clinton. What amazed me was there were still so many people who voted for Perot knowing it was a 1/2 vote for Bill Clinton in reality. All because Bush lied about increasing taxes!
This just proves how seriously divided this country really is.