It appears the liberal media propaganda is no longer effective on most Americans.
The endless hit pieces on big, bad, racist Republicans; the fake news stories on Trump and his family; the constant fear mongering about a virus created thanks to Fauci’s NIH funding; the endless hysteria dividing Americans more than ever before; all appear to have the opposite effect and Americans are tired of it.
As a result, more people now identify as Republican than at any other time this century, according to Gallup’s latest political party preference report.
Republicans currently enjoy a 47% to 42% identification advantage over Democrats, tied for the highest lead Republicans have had since they first took over the House of Representatives in 1995. The only higher margin for Republicans occurred in 1991, shortly after the first Gulf War.
Democrats started 2021 with a 9-point lead over Republicans 49%-40%.
However, due to Biden’s mounting failures, the Democrats’ edge sank like a led balloon and Sleepy Joe’s approval rating tanked along with it.
Lest we forget, Biden promised to end COVID (he failed); he promised to peacefully end the war in Afghanistan (he failed); promised to combat skyrocketing inflation (he failed); he vowed to unite the country, which he actually succeeded at, just not how he hoped.
According to Gallup, just 43% of adults approve of the job Biden is doing as president, compared to 51% who disapprove. A recent Quinnipiac poll put Biden’s approval at an even lower 35%.
Biden’s approval ratings could be even lower, considering that according to the latest CBS poll, just 26% of adults say things are going well in the country today compared to 73% who say things are going badly.
Of the nine issues CBS asked adults about, Biden received positive marks on just one, “vaccine distribution,” a policy that he largely inherited from President Donald Trump.
His worst issue was inflation, with 74% disapproving of his job fighting rising prices. Immigration is Biden’s second-worst issue, with 64% disapproving of his open borders policies.
Asked specifically if Biden’s policies were making inflation “better” or “worse,” 58% said “worse,” a position shared by Barack Obama’s top economic advisers.
Meanwhile, Americans continue to struggle living under Biden’s regime and most report a marked reduction in quality of life in just one year since he assumed office.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth