White House releases bizarre memo insisting Biden’s 33% approval in poll is an ‘outlier’ – then lists a series of surveys that have him still unpopular at below 50%

  • The Quinnipiac University poll had Biden at 33 percent approval with 53 percent disapproval
  • White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer O’Malley Dillon called it an ‘outlier’
  • She penned a memo disputing the methodology 
  • She also noted the high rate of ‘no opinion’ responses 
  • Biden is at 43 per cent in poll averages, she noted
  • But even that figure puts Biden below every Democratic president since Carter

    A top White House official penned a memo this week disputing a poll that has President Joe Biden‘s approval in the basement at 33 percent – by citing polls and poll averages that still have the president in the low 40s.

    White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jen O’Malley Dillon wrote the memo in response to the latest Quinnipiac University poll – which has Biden underwater at 33-53, which would be a low point.

    The same survey had Biden at 36 per cent in November. O’Malley Dillon, who managed Biden’s campaign, assembled the memo to argue the poll is ‘very likely an outlier.’

    She responds to the survey by citing a raft of other polls that, while higher, still have Biden trailing other presidents in their first year in office and showing signs of deep political trouble.

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