It’s undeniable at this point that Joe Biden is collapsing in the polls with just two months to go until election day — and he hasn’t even appeared in any debates yet.
As Donald Trump closes the gap in several key battleground states, a new Quinnipiac poll shows that Biden’s support among Hispanic voters in Florida has taken a major hit.
In fact, Trump has taken the lead in support among Hispanic voters in Florida with 45 percent of the vote as opposed to Biden’s 43 percent. These numbers are even more shocking when compared to 2016 polls.
According to Breitbart, “Currently, Trump is polling ten points higher with Florida Hispanics than his 2016 Election Day numbers. Joe Biden … is polling 19 points worse — 19 whole points — than Hillary Clinton did in 2016.”
Politico noted that Biden’s poor showing in Florida correlates with accusations that his campaign is doing little to galvanize the Hispanic base in the state — a concerning trend considering the fact that Hillary Clinton polled dramatically better than Biden is currently and still lost the state.
To add insult to injury, a Rasmussen Reports’ Daily Presidential Tracking Poll found that Donald Trump’s overall approval continues to rise, hitting 52 percent on Friday — Trump’s highest rating since before the pandemic struck.
This poll notes a six-point swing in approval among likely voters, but also found a four-point decrease in disapproval as Trump takes a hardline stance against riots and violence.
These new polls have Joe Biden’s campaign in full panic mode. After months of sequestering Biden in his basement using COVID-19 concerns as an excuse, his handlers have trotted him out in front of the cameras for multiple public appearances this week — but is it too little, too late?