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Biden’s poll numbers plummeting amid crisis including botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, skyrocketing urban crime, border crisis


Quote:Experts say US President Joe Biden’s entire first-term agenda could be jeopardised if he fails to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases in the country.

The embattled president Biden’s poll numbers are plummeting amid a slew of crises, including his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, skyrocketing urban crime, and a crisis at the US-Mexico border, to name a few.

Analysts warn that the most pressing concern for the president is the rapidly spreading Delta variant, which is rife among the unvaccinated.

Indeed, according to a recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac, a leading polling university, only 38% of Americans believe the president is doing a good job, down from 42% just three weeks ago.

Furthermore, only a quarter approved of the president’s handling of immigration, 39% approved of his handling of the economy, and 37% approved of him as Commander-in-Chief, according to the poll.

“Battered on trust, doubted on leadership, and challenged on overall competency, President Biden is being hammered on all sides as his approval rating continues its downward slide to a number not seen since the tough scrutiny of the Trump administration,” Quinnipiac said, referring to former President Donald Trump.

Analysts believe that controlling the Delta surge is the key to a successful comeback.

However, millions of Americans continue to refuse the vaccine due to concerns about potential side effects and misinformation spreading on social media. Others are concerned because the vaccine is so new, having been developed in record time through a public-private partnership led by former President Trump.

However, for Biden, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel. Experts believe that if the president can get things under control now, his approval ratings will rise in the coming months.

If he does not, he may face a leadership crisis, and Democrats in Congress may distance themselves from him in the run-up to next year’s midterm elections.

Fortunately for Biden, he may still have time on his side, as the midterm elections are still a year away.

“It doesn’t matter so much whether his numbers are down right now. What matters is whether his administration can execute a plan for success in the pandemic, as well as the economy, that people will feel in six months,” Clay Ramsay, a researcher at the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland, told Xinhua.

Biden loses support among 'p*ssed off' black voters: 'Frustration is at an all-time high'


Quote:On Monday, POLITICO pointed out the difficult elephant in the room about President Joe Biden's declining approval ratings. They chalked it up to the coronavirus rebound. But what's the bigger picture?

The name of the game today is that a new Rasmussen poll released on Tuesday has abysmal ratings for Biden. It's a spread of 41 percent approve and 20 percent strongly approve, versus a 57 percent disapprove and 50 percent strongly disapprove split.

It's a similar story for Texas Hispanics and independent voters. You name it, Biden has declining approval ratings with that demographic.
So what about African Americans?

W. Mondale Robinson of the Black Male Voter Project was key in getting that demographic out to vote in 2020. Especially when it came to getting the state of Georgia to turn out for the likes of Biden.

But the promises leaned on heavily last year haven’t come to fruition this year. A new Washington Post story makes that sentiment clear.

"They can’t call me and ask me to serve my brothers up on a platter for their benefit. They can’t have my data, they can’t have access to what I know about Black men from the work that we do, unless I see something serious for Black men. And that requires a conversation with [Black men] long before Labor Day on an election year," Robinson told the outlet.

The point of the Washington Post story being that it seems the Biden administration has botched Democrat chances come midterms time, 2022. Biden's bluster in Georgia over their voting regulations bill from earlier this year that didn't have a meaningful resolution combating the measures taken by the state.

When it came to the Haitian migrants and the so-called "horse whips" debacle at the Del Rio border last month, the Biden administration just banned the use of horses for Border Patrol. They failed to meet their self-imposed deadline over inquiring further about the issue.

According to the Washington Post, that actually mattered to black voters who bought into the things espoused by the likes of Al Sharpton.

"I think the frustration is at an all-time high, and Biden can't go to Georgia or any other Black state in the South and say, 'This is what we delivered in 2021.' Black men are pissed off about the nothingness that has happened...Does it make the work harder? It makes the work damn near impossible," Robinson told the outlet.

The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act is said to have "died" in Congress after they were unable to come to an agreement.

The same is on display again with the current infrastructure bill dispute ongoing in DC. Black Americans feel like they're getting shafted when it comes to funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The Washington Post got more black voices giving quotes. Nsé Ufot of the New Georgia Project didn’t have nice things to say about Biden either.

"If midterms are about enthusiasm and turnout, who do you think is excited to vote on November 2 at this moment? Because it ain’t Democrats. It ain’t Black folks. It ain’t young people," the activist said.

The outlet's own polling recognizes Biden isn't the most popular guy. Their numbers have the president at a 44 percent approval and 49 disapproval split. The Real Clear Politics projections show an uptick in Biden disapproval, while Biden's approval is taking a downward spiral.

Washington Post says the Biden administration is embracing the tough political climate, but it was just last month that White House press secretary Jen Psaki sniped at reporters over a polling question.

The state of Washington, DC, hangs on the fact Sen. Krysten Sinema isn't returning calls from the White House. What should be a debate over the infrastructure bill has turned into the senator being harassed by activists in the bathroom, with Biden saying it's all "part of the process."
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Joe Biden's Presidency Is Burning to the Ground


Quote:The past several months have not been kind to the Biden administration, and the hole they’ve dug for themselves has now turned into a sinkhole they can’t get control of. Economic woes, including the supply chain crisis and inflation, are driving negative attitudes about the president as foreign policy concerns also take their toll.

Evidence of that arrived today as Joe Biden reached a new low, not just in any individual poll, but in the polling averages. FiveThirtyEight, a left-leaning polling aggregator that weights surveys for “house effect,” often in the direction of Democrats, finds the president at an average of 43.3% approval, his worst since taking office. Further, Biden sits above 50% disapproval for the first time in their aggregation.



Those numbers were driven down further by another new poll that looked almost identical to the one Quinnipiac put out yesterday. An A+ rated pollster (per FiveThirtyEight) found Biden’s approval at 37%, but the internals are even worse.



Only 27% of Americans approve of Biden’s handling of immigration, and I’d love to meet the 27% because I’m pretty sure they’d approve of Biden shooting someone in the middle of 5th Avenue. Even more stunning for Biden and Democrats as a whole is that only 36% of Americans feel the economy will get better over the next 12 months. Do you know what is 12 months away? The 2022 election.

Other findings include Joe Biden being tied at 40% with Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, though getting only 40% against a senile old man who has run the country into the ground is hardly something to brag about. Republican voters need to be cut-throat when it comes to the next presidential nominee, ensuring they ditch the emotional attachments and pick whoever is in the best position to win. If that turns out to be Trump, then so be it.

Regardless, the most relevant story today is that Biden’s presidency is burning down in its own rite. Does he have a floor? I don’t think he does, and there’s nothing in the pipeline that suggests he’s going to turn things around. Besides, the White House clearly has no interest in turning things around. They’ve shown no ability to adapt in the face of their failures, instead truly believing that their problems are purely a result of bad messaging. Good messaging doesn’t fix high gas prices and the border, though.

I think Biden could rebound somewhat given how fickle the electorate is, but that’s certainly not going to happen while Jen Psaki mocks Americans and Biden insists the economy is bad because he’s doing such a great job.
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"...ensuring they ditch the emotional attachments..."

Sage advice to our friends here who can't stomach Trumps personality. I say to them, get over it, most people don't like you either - if you're at all like me - so shut up and do your patriotic duty to remove these communists.
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81 Million Votes? Donald Trump is Crushing Biden with Independents, According to New 2024 Poll


Quote:The record-breaking vote-getter in the 2020 election Joe Biden, who we are told got a fantastical 81 billion trillion million votes, appears to be in a bit of trouble were his presidential re-election bid to be launched today. In a matchup against former President Donald Trump, which the lamestream media has spent more than four years in a rabid blood vendetta smearing, Biden gets obliterated in the critical demographic of independents.

“A Grinnell-Selzer poll found that Trump leads Biden with a 45% to 28% margin among Independent voters in a hypothetical 2024 presidential election,” the Daily Caller noted. “Exactly 20% of the Independent respondents surveyed said they would support another candidate and 7% would not vote at all. The poll surveyed 745 adults between Oct.13-17 with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6% percentage points.”

It is crucial to note that part where only 20% would vote for another candidate and 7% said they would not vote at all. Despite how polarizing Donald Trump has been for Americans – the Democrats carried out two phony impeachments and are conducting a phony, partisan Jan. 6 investigation against him – only 27% of those non-Biden independents appear to be ‘Never Trumpers.’ This means both that Americans are able to recognize when the country was in better hands, despite all the vitriole and fake news reportage, and that the mainstream media is now in the near zero-trust category for independent voters.

“The poll discovered that Trump and Biden have an equal percentage of likely voters, 40%, that would vote for them in the next presidential election, while 14% said they would support a different candidate,” the Daily Caller reported on the poll. “Both candidates continue to hold firm support within their parties, with 80% of Republicans backing the former president and nearly 90% supporting Biden.”

“The president has time to turn his political fortunes around. But if it doesn’t happen soon, Democrats are likely to face a serious reckoning in the 2022 midterm elections,” Grinnell College National Poll Director Peter Hanson said.

The ‘serious reckoning’ appears to be coming no matter what Biden does. However, there is one thing the American people can be sure of: If there isn’t a 2022 bloodbath before we get to the 2024 president election, the system is more rigged than we thought.
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The Startling Statistic That Could Spell Doom for Joe Biden


Quote:The writing has been on the wall for Democrats for some time now, with President Joe Biden’s approval ratings dropping close to basement levels (freefalling after the Afghanistan debacle) and Congress’ approval among a majority of voters being even worse.

But new numbers out from Gallup Polls show a rather startling statistic that is going to keep Joe Biden or, rather, his handlers up late at night trying to figure out ways to overcome. One key bit of data from the poll shows that support among Democrats for the Democrat-controlled Congress has dropped from 55% last month to 33% just one month later:



A 22 percent drop. Among Democrats. Wowsers. No doubt the sirens are blaring big time at Biden HQ today.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the big issue here for Democrat voters is their party’s failure to get the reconciliation and infrastructure bills passed after months of frantic back and forth negotiations, even though they control the House and have a razor-thin edge in the Senate.

It could be that if and when these bills get passed, support for the Democrat Congress among Democrats will rebound, but even so, the dye has been cast as even Democrats are now seeing that Joe Biden for all his promises of unity and bipartisanship and getting things done or whatever has proven to be an ineffective “leader” in bringing the warring factions even in his own party together.

But let’s say Biden and Congressional Dems are able to get it together and do a good job of shoring up their base ahead of the 2022 midterms. There is still the big issue of independent voters and their disapproval for Joe Biden, his party, and their handling of things, as indicated by this data point from a recent Fox News poll we reported on:

[twitter]https://twitter.com/johnrobertsFox/status/1450955792044240898[twitter]

As 538 noted last week, the receipts on the cratering support for Joe Biden and the Democrats among independent voters – and Hispanic voters as well, they note – don’t lie:

Over his first nine months in office, President Biden has lost support among Americans of all stripes — men and women, Black voters and white voters, Zoomers and Baby Boomers. Even Democrats writ large are more disenchanted. But two groups with whom Biden has lost support stand out: independents and Hispanics. Independents have soured on Biden to the extent that his approval ratings among this group approach the strongly negative ratings they gave then-President Donald Trump at the same point in his presidency, while increased disapproval of Biden among Hispanics could signal they are moving further away from Democrats after they shifted somewhat toward Trump and the GOP last November.

Needless to say, it’s bad when you’re losing support among your core constituencies. But losing it among your own base, too? Not good. I mean if your own party can’t get things done when they control the House, Senate, and the White House, then why bother to show up? Rest assured that that will be the mindset for some going into next fall’s elections, although to what extent remains to be seen.

Simply put, unless they reverse course, a disaster is in the making for Democrats in 2022 thanks in large part to Joe Biden, a man who even his supporters are starting to realize is not the rescuer in chief he promised to be.
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The fact that 55% of them did approve of what congress was doing is mindboggling.
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