New Poll Takes A Sledgehammer To The Biden Admin, ‘I Had To Vote Democrat, But that’s Going To…
A new poll just took a sledgehammer to the Biden administration.
A new poll done by the Associated Press shows Biden’s approval rating is at 39% (which means it is probably in the upper 20s) and that 8 in 10 Democrats think the country is headed in the wrong direction.
According to the results, 67% of Democrats say that the United States’ economic condition is poor.
A whopping 85% of Americans believe that the country is on the wrong track as inflation continues to rise.
A self-defined loyal Democrat in Las Vegas told the Associated Press that the price of gas, groceries, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and Biden’s rhetoric dividing the country makes him feel like Washington is “unresponsive” to his needs.
Dorthy Vaudo, 66, North Carolina, said that she is a Democrat and voted for Biden in 2020 “but that’s going to change.”
“I’m a Democrat so I had to vote Democrat, but that’s going to change,” said the Martin County, North Carolina resident.
From the Associated Press:
The poll shows only 39% of Americans approve of Biden’s leadership overall, while 60% disapprove. His approval rating fell to its lowest point of his presidency last month and remains at that level. The Democratic president gets hit even harder on the economy, with 69% saying they disapprove of him on the issue. Among Democrats, 43% disapprove of Biden’s handling of the economy.
Just 14% say things are going in the right direction, down slightly from 21% in May and 29% in April. Through the first half of 2021, about half of Americans said the country was headed in the right direction, a number that has steadily eroded in the past year.
What’s even more damning about the poll is that it was conducted after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v Wade and failed to give Democrats any of the bump they were hoping for.
After reading the poll it appeared that the AP interviewed Democrats and you could hear them coming to the realization that Biden is a terrible president.
Chemistry teacher Curtis Musser, 57, from Florida said, “I feel as an individual somewhat helpless. I don’t have control of the markets, and you can’t really guess what markets are going do because you don’t know what the Fed is going to do. You don’t know what Congress is going to do. You don’t know what Vladimir Putin is going to do.”
Douglass Gavilan, 26, who doesn’t affiliate with a party but voted for Biden in 2020 said he’s not confident in the economy and unsure if he’ll be able to keep his home because of skyrocketing rent.
“I don’t even know if I’m going to be able to live here in a few years,” Gavilan said. “I definitely don’t feel confident in the economy.”
Meanwhile, Biden said, “We’re in a stronger position than any nation in the world to overcome this inflation,” Biden said. “If it’s my fault, why is it the case in every other major industrial country in the world that inflation is higher?”
What Joe fails to realize is that America doesn’t care about whose fault it is they want a plan to fix the economy. Americans remember a recovering economy in late 2020 and have watched Joe Biden run it into the ground.