Biden voters suffering widespread regret according to a recent poll that showed the number of voters who regret voting for President Joe Biden appears to be increasing.
According to the report, another four percent are unsure what they would do if they knew then what they know now, and about 76 percent still have confidence in their Commander-in-Chief.
To put it another way: only about three-quarters of people who voted for the current president the last time around would do so again.
That’s not 75 percent of total voters, but 75 percent of those who admit they voted for him the last time who responded that they aren’t looking to support him again.
A total of 29 percent of Republicans who voted for the Democrat president regret it, according to the same poll, 20 percent of Democrats and 14 percent of Independents shared that opinion,
Interestingly, men were more likely to regret their vote than women, and the young and minority population were much more likely to be fed up with Biden than their older counterparts.
The online news sources reported that “Hispanics regretted their vote the most, 33% of them, where 25% of African Americans felt the same, as did 16% of white people.
“Meanwhile, 27% of voters 18-29 regretted their vote for Biden, 30% of voters 30-49 felt the same. Only 10% of voters 50-64 regretted their Biden vote and 6% of those 65+ felt the same.”
This poll reflects the opinions of voters prior to what is thought to be one of the most egregious offenses to American values in military history, with an unknown number of Americans and American allies left behind.