This past Sunday, a newly released mainstream poll discovered that the VAST majority of registered voters are against the idea of Democrat President Joe Biden attempting to run for a second term as his disapproval rating spikes to an astonishing 60%.
A poll from USA TODAY/Suffolk University gathered this past week also discovered that Republicans are almost at a double-digit lead over Democrats for the fast-approaching 2022 midterm races.
The main lines from the poll include:
“Nearly half of those surveyed, 46%, say Biden has done a worse job as president than they expected, including 16% of those who voted for him. Independents, by 7-1 (44%-6%), say he’s done worse, not better, than they expected.”
“Nearly two-thirds of Americans, 64%, say they don’t want Biden to run for a second term in 2024. That includes 28% of Democrats.”
“Vice President Kamala Harris’ approval rating is 28% – even worse than Biden’s. The poll shows that 51% disapprove of the job she’s doing.”
“If the election were today, those surveyed say, they would vote for their Republican congressional candidate over the Democratic one by 46%-38%, an advantage that would bode well for GOP hopes of gaining a majority in the House and the Senate.”
This new poll also discovered that roughly 1 out of 4 registered voters seem to think that the extreme left Build Back Better social spending plan set forth by Biden would even lend help to their families at all.
All the while, a healthy majority of the American people, roughly 66%, have stated that the country is going in the wrong direction, while roughly 20% of the people state that it is headed in the right direction.
Biden has managed to set a record though. His approval ratings are sinking faster than any other president seen in modern history.
As reported by Gallup in late October:
Biden’s average third-quarter job approval rating is down eight points from his second-quarter rating (53%) and 11 points from his first-quarter rating (56%).
This 11-point decline is larger than any prior president registered between his first and third quarters, although it is similar to those for the last three Democratic presidents — Barack Obama (10 points), Clinton (seven points) and Carter (nine points).
All other presidents showed declines of less than five points between their first and third quarters, if not gains.
These polls have led to many attributing the massive victories secured this past week by the Republicans over the Democrats as proof of the extreme dissatisfaction that many voters are experiencing with Biden and the Democrat Party.