Biden’s approval rating remains underwater as Americans wake up to his radical policies

by Laura Ramirez

In the first months of his presidency, Joe Biden has managed to make massive downfalls in approval ratings, dropping to a record-breaking 38 percent rating in a recent poll conducted by USA Today and Suffolk University.

The poll of 1,000 registered voters conducted Wednesday through Friday discovered that 37.8 percent of voters approve of Biden’s job performance, in contrast with the overwhelming majority, almost 60 percent, that disapproves.

What’s more, almost half of those surveyed, 46 percent, claim Biden has done a worse job than they initially expected, including 16 percent of Americans who voted for him last November. By a ratio of 7 to 1 (44%-6%), Biden also tanked with Independents who believe he’s done worse than expected.

Biden’s re-election chances look slim to none as roughly 64 percent of Americans, including 28 percent of Democrats, do not want him to run for president in 2024.

Unsurprisingly, if a presidential election were held today between Trump and Biden, those 44 percent of those surveyed would vote for Trump, compared to Biden’s 40 percent. Only 11 percent say they would for a third-party candidate.

Kamala Harris isn’t safe from criticism either as her approval rating sits at just 28 percent.

This damning poll for Democrats suggests that most Americans claimed they would vote for their Republican congressional candidate over the Democrat one if an election were held today, opening the path for a GOP majority in the House and the Senate.

From the botched Afghanistan withdrawal to mass government spending, record-high inflation, and unconstitutional vaccine mandate targeting American working families, the Democrat Party appears to be hitting roadblocks, paving the way for GOP victory in the upcoming 2022 election cycle.

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