October 5, 2022

Two polls show that Democrats could face big losses in 2022 and 2024

Two polls showing the probability of positive opinions of Democratic candidates indicate that the DNC could face trouble in both 2022 and 2024. 

According to a report in the Daily Wire, two polls, one from Hill-HarrisX and the other from Quinnipiac University both show that the leftist party is staring down the barrel of some major losses in the next election.

“According to the Quinnipiac poll, which surveyed 1,378 adults nationwide from November 11-15, President Joe Biden’s job approval rating has continued its downward trajectory,” the Daily Wire reported.

“Among adults, just 36% approve of the president’s performance thus far and 53% disapprove. Among registered voters, 38% approve while 53% disapprove. These numbers are the lowest approval ratings Biden has seen from Quinnipiac.”

The publication reported that according to the Quinnipiac Poll indicates that President Joe Biden’s job approval is only at around 36 percent while 53 percent disapprove of the job he’s doing while in the White House.

The approval rating on particular issues isn’t any better, however, according to the polling data, including on the issues of the economy, foreign policy and the economy.

Via the Daily Wire:

  • Coronavirus pandemic response: 45% approve, 50% disapprove
  • Climate change: 41% approve, 48% disapprove
  • Economy: 34% approve, 59% disapprove
  • Foreign policy: 33% approve, 55% disapprove

The polls show that nationwide, Democrats could be facing an uphill battle to retain control of both houses of Congress as the president serves out the rest of his term.

The second poll from The Hill/HarrisX had an equally bad outlook, showing that in 2024 Biden doesn’t have great chances of winning the office for a second time showing that just 24 percent of registered voters want to see him in office from 2024-2028.




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