oe Biden may go down in history. He is already going down in history, way down, and it’s still anyone’s guess where he will bottom out.
Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential, Tracking Poll for Monday, showed Biden with only 38 percent job performance approval and 61 percent disapproving, but it gets worse. Only a pitiful 17 percent said they “strongly approve” of his job, while 51 percent of likely voters “strongly disapprove” of how the Delaware Democrat is doing his job.
The Real Clear Politics average of polls tells the same story. Biden’s approval is underwater by around 16 percentage points; One thing to realize is that America began to realize what they had in the White House after the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal.
Then the Biden economy became apparent and his disapproval kept rising.
Then there is the recent Quinnipiac Poll showing Biden with “a negative 33 – 55 percent job approval rating with 12 percent not offering an opinion.” According to Quinnipiac, Americans were asked about President Biden’s handling of:
- the response to the coronavirus: 47 percent approve, while 46 percent disapprove;
- the response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: 42 percent approve, while 50 percent disapprove;
- gun violence: 32 percent approve, while 59 percent disapprove;
- the economy: 28 percent approve, while 64 percent disapprove.
Quinnipiac added, “registered voters give President Biden a negative 35 – 56 percent approval rating with 9 percent not offering an opinion.”
Biden has been in office less than 17 months, yet in that time he has presided over a crashing economy, plummeting stock market, skyrocketing inflation, a doubling of gasoline prices and one foreign policy error after another, with the zenith being the debacle in Afghanistan. He has declared war on the Second Amendment, say gun rights activists, and he continues to raise concerns about his cognitive abilities.