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Biden’s Approval Ratings Nearing Record Lows, Democrats In Full Panic

Biden’s Approval Ratings Nearing Record Lows, Democrats In Full Panic

When Nixon, the least popular president in modern American history, left office with a 24% approval rating. Before this, he had enjoyed approval ratings in the 60% range, thus enabling him to average an approval rating average (49%), higher than Ford (47.2%), Carter (45.5%), Obama (47.9), and about the same as Bush (49.4%), even Trump averaged 41%.

With approval ratings continuing their downward trend, in the latest polling, Biden is only showing a 33% approval rating, lower than Trump or anyone other than Nixon ever experienced in modern history.

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Kayleigh McEnany, former White House press secretary and co-host of “Outnumbered,” characterized President Biden’s ever-sinking poll numbers as a “five-alarm fire” for his administration and warned it would invite primary challengers. She said Thursday that Biden is the most divisive president she has seen in 20 years.

I have to disagree with her on this one, I think Obama was equally as divisive as Biden is, but Americans were not cowering in fear and did not allow such things.

With the tanking numbers, we are finding news sites that are unabashed liberal are starting to go into a full panic.

USA TodayPresident Joe Biden’s approval rating dropped to 33% in a new Quinnipiac University poll, the lowest mark of any major public survey during his presidency, as he takes a beating over his handling of the economy and coronavirus. . .

Biden’s dismal numbers come as inflation has soared to a 39-year high, and COVID-19 cases, which were on the decline last summer, have spiked to an all-time high amid the rise of the highly contagious omicron variant. Biden, nearing his first full year in office, campaigned to get the pandemic under control and revive the economy. 

Los Angeles TimesThe sitting president’s party almost always loses ground in midterm elections — doing so in all but two such contests since the end of World War II. And Democrats hoping to buck precedent have few easy fixes for the problems on voters’ minds or President Biden’s underwater approval ratings.

“Sometimes you have a messaging problem, and other times you have a problem. In this situation, [Democrats] have the latter,” said Matt Gorman, a Republican strategist who ran communications for the GOP’s House campaign arm in 2018. “No slogan or single policy achievement can turn around a broader environment. There would have to be a seismic shift.”

New York Times, which was more than gleeful to post Trump’s polling numbers, now is ignoring Biden polls and refusing to report on them.

Democrats are openly talking about putting someone else, like Clinton, to represent the party; this is how bad things are for Biden.

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CNN has turned on Biden; they are now looking for new candidates to run in 2024, terrified if they don’t put someone worthy up, Trump will come back and win.

Joe Biden’s plummeting approval ratings are a huge problem for congressional Democrats, who continue pushing a radical agenda in lockstep with the president. Voters are rejecting Biden’s policies, and in November, Democrats will be held accountable.

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