When your election “victory” is predicated on Donald Trump’s so-called unpopularity with the American people, and you still can’t pull a decent approval rating, then what does that say about Joe Biden as a leader?
It says no one – seriously no one – takes this man seriously as a leader, a president, or a person capable of achieving anything positive for the United States of America.
Slightly more than 40% of Americans approved of Joe Biden during his fifth quarter in office, a Gallup poll released Friday revealed.
Between January 20 and April 19, an average of 41.3% of American adults “approved of the job he was doing as president,” according to Gallup. “The latest average is essentially unchanged from the 41.7% in his fourth quarter but significantly lower than his first three quarterly averages.”
[source: The Daily Wire]
Gallup noted that the dismal polling in recent months follows “a trying late summer and early fall 2021” — especially the botched Afghanistan withdrawal and surging inflation. With the exception of President Donald Trump, no former commander-in-chief in modern history has performed worse in the fifth quarter of his administration than Biden.
Meanwhile, a Gallup survey conducted in the first half of April showed that 56% of Americans disapprove “of the way Biden is handling his job as president.”
The polling is likely a bad omen for the Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. “Typically, unpopular presidents’ parties have lost seats in midterm elections, with the number of seats lost usually much higher for presidents with job approval ratings below 50%,” Gallup explained. “While it is possible that Biden’s job approval could increase between now and the fall elections, doing so would go against the historical pattern for second-year presidents.”
“As things stand, given the strong link between presidential job approval ratings and how the president’s party performs in midterm elections, Biden appears likely to be governing with Republican majorities in one or both houses of Congress next year unless his rating dramatically improves,” Gallup continued.
Of particular concern for Democrats is plummeting support for demographics that were once firmly in the party’s corner.
A new nationwide poll by Quinnipiac released earlier in April puts Biden’s approval rating among Hispanics at just 26% — a drop from his 69% approval at the beginning of his term in office. Possible explanations include Hispanics’ concern over inflation and the border crisis.
Hispanic voters are now almost evenly split in support between Democrats and Republicans, Fox News reported.
Never before in modern history has that been the case for Democrats, who are now in the process of importing entirely new voting blocks from third-world, shithole countries.
Author: Vasily Ivanov