November 30, 2021

Biden suffering continued drop in approval rating

The Biden Administration is suffering a historically low approval ratings as the president’s first year comes to a close, according to Newsmax‘s coverage of recent polls. 

The publication reported on a USA Today/Suffolk University poll which was released early this week, showing that President Joe Biden had a 59 percent overall disapproval rate for his job in the White House.

According to the poll, which was taken almost exactly one year before crucial midterm elections in 2022, and shortly before they passed the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill and advanced a social spending package.

Other results reported by Newsmax include that Vice President Kamala Harris’ approval rating is also abysmal with 51 percent disapproving of the job she is doing, 28 percent approving of her job and 21 percent undecided.

Of those polled, around 46 percent say they believe that Biden has done an even poorer job as president than they expected, including 16 percent who say they voted for him in the 2020 presidential election.

Some of the worst news for Democrats is the large percentage of independent voters that are unimpressed with Biden’s antics in the White House. According to the report, 44 percent of independents say Biden has done worse, not better, than they expected.

64 percent of those polled don’t even want to see the 78-year-old president to run for a second term, including 28 percent of Democrats who feel the same way, and 46 percent of those polled say that if midterm elections were today, they would vote for a Republican, without even having exposure to Republican ads or name recognition.

66 percent of those polled said they believed the United States is on the wrong track and just 20% say that the nation is headed in the right direction.

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