The numbers for Joe Biden in a recent poll are devastating. And it’s nothing to be shocked about…
Only 27% of Americans think the Biden administration is headed in the right direction. But a staggering 63 percent of Americans think the Biden phony government is headed in the wrong direction.
Given the idiots Biden and Obama chose for this administration—a group of Obama acolytes who weren’t aware of what was happening under Obama as well—it is hardly surprising that this is the case.
The reputation and support of this corrupt dictatorship are at record lows after stealing the 2020 Election that even former U.S. President Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon shared on his podcast, “The War Room,” during an episode on his podcast, Bannon, 68, asserted that as more surveys have been released indicating that Americans disapprove of Biden’s performance as president, his team is done.
Starting at the 3:50 mark in the video, Bannon said:
“There’s a rule of thumb in politics on right-track, wrong-track. If you get down to around a third right track, two-thirds against you, that’s too big a headwind. That’s what we had in ’16 when I stepped in, I said hey, it’s two-thirds, one-third under Obama. She’s [Hillary’s] done. Plus all this other points showing people want a leader like Trump.”
“27% is unprecedented ladies and gentlemen. These are numbers that have not been seen before. This is worse than when Nixon was walking out to the helicopter. These are unprecedented numbers. Talk about killing the crib. Eviscerated. This administration is done. You can’t come back from numbers like this.”
Biden had the lowest presidential approval rating ever in the sixth quarter, according to Gallup, one of the leading polling organizations in the nation, with 38%.
The average approval rating throughout the president’s first year and a half in office were also the lowest of any president in the polling company’s 74-year history, in the data cited by The Daily Wire. The president’s current rating is likewise the lowest of his presidency thus far.
In a news release, Gallup noted, “A year ago, Biden’s honeymoon period came to an end when his approval rating dropped to 50% amid a surge in U.S. coronavirus cases. Since then, his public support has eroded after the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, the highest inflation in four decades, record-high gas prices, and continuing supply chain issues.”
Due to several mistakes and deficiencies, Biden’s poll numbers have fallen since his handling of the pandemic, the disastrous pullout from Afghanistan, and was followed by, soaring petrol prices, and a rise in inflation, his poll has never recovered.
With the majority of respondents in multiple polls having an unfavorable impression of Biden, his own liberal party may not support him at the head of the Democratic ticket for 2024.
Democrats are concerned that if President Biden decides to campaign in 2024 (even though he already asserted that he’ll run for 2024 but the democrats didn’t acknowledge) there will be a major loss.
As Joe Biden’s popularity continues to decline as the challenges he faces increase. And promising political future like what Biden predicted for the Democratic Party seems increasingly absurd.
Well, it’s hard to imagine Democrats being in a worse position for the next presidential election than they are now.