With numbers like these, Democrats are looking at a red wave next year that will put them in the water like Joe Biden’s job approval rating.
Just 10 months into Biden’s presidency, the tough CEO and his party have fallen out of favor with the American public to the point where a joint vote shows Republicans still ahead of Democrats. ever had, according to a ABC News/Washington Post poll Released Sunday.
And that bodes ill for Democrats, who should be panicking ahead of next year’s midterm elections.
New WP/ABC poll has Biden job approval 41-53. About handling the economy: 39-55. On handling the pandemic: 47-49. Plus, 59% worry Biden will ‘do too much to increase the size and role of government in American society.’ And this is big: General vote R 51 D 41. https://t.co/g7zMrV05Sk
– Byron York (@ByronYork) November 14, 2021
For Biden himself, the numbers are miserable. According to the poll, an inaugural president who promised to unify the country and erase all memories of his infinitely superior predecessor now receives only 41% of a favorable rating. Meanwhile, 53 per cent disagree – a sign that’s underwater in double digits.
When it comes to the economy alone, Biden’s approval rating is even worse. Fifty-five percent of those polled disapproved, compared with just 39 percent of those who approved. In September 2017, then-President Donald Trump gave a disapproving rating of 49%. That’s the highest level of Trump’s presidency, according to the poll, and it’s still six points below current Biden.
Most Americans remember that Republicans lost control of the House in the middle of a term a year later – a development that made subsequent ridiculous impeachment efforts possible.
The reasons for the current discontent are obvious to anyone not blinded by the overwhelming bias of the mainstream media.
Do you think the Republican Party will capitalize on the weaknesses of the Democratic Party of Biden?
Yes: 96% (977 Votes)
No: 4% (39 Votes)
The poll shows inflation is plaguing everyday Americans, and the coronavirus pandemic that Biden claims to defeat remains a nagging concern.
And while the poll doesn’t mention them, the illegal immigration crisis Biden has created on the nation’s southern border and his administration’s utterly dire handling of the matter. withdraw from Afghanistan made Americans loathe a lawless government in Washington.
It all paints a dire picture for the president’s party: “As everything goes, if the midterm elections were to take place today, 51% of registered voters would say they would support the candidate.” Republicans in their congressional district, 41% are Democrats,” ABC reported.
“It was the largest Republican lead in 110 ABC/Post polls asking this question since November 1981. Indeed, it is only the second time the GOP has held a significant statistical advantage. count (the other time is +7 points in January 2002) and the ninth time it is kept any number edge. “
For perspective, as Jim Geraghty of the National Review shown on Sunday, that lead stands out from watershed, red-wave years like between 2010 and 1994.
The ABC polls gave the GOP a 4-point advantage in the weeks leading up to the 2010 midterms, when Republicans took hold of the House of Representatives and kept it for the remainder of the President’s two terms as president. that’s Barack Obama, PolitiFact reported in a 2013 fact check.
And in the weeks leading up to the 1994 midterms, when Republicans under Newt Gingrich won a majority in the House for the first time in more than half a century, the general ABC polls actually showed Democrats a four-way lead. or 5 points, PolitiFact’s report notes.
It is important to point out that those polls were conducted, essentially, before the election, while the country is still more than a year away from 2022. However, it is doubtful. that any honest person can expect the factors that have destroyed confidence in Biden and the Democratic Congress any time soon, because the party isn’t going to change anytime soon.
A president kicked off his administration by intentionally killing a controversial oil pipeline project via executive order – and thousands of jobs with it – the inability to suddenly decide the livelihood of his fellow citizens is more important than his party’s green agenda.
And Biden administration officials have made it clear that issues like high oil prices and food costs increase It’s not an issue the White House takes seriously, so the damage to the economy is likely to continue
A political establishment that is already entrenched in a strong-arm, top-down approach to fighting the coronavirus will not suddenly understand that decision-making at the local and state levels, which has been so successful in Florida, will replace the politburo power of nationwide measures such as unconstitutional vaccine mission, so don’t expect Americans’ views on Biden’s handling of COIVD-19 to improve.
Meanwhile, the slow-motion disaster on the southern border will almost certainly continue to spread across the country, delivering periodic moments of outrage every time an illegal alien trespasses. some new criminals indignant or another community of unsuspecting Americans find themselves overwhelmed more uninvited guests.
Furthermore, a presidency that was discredited internationally in the wake of the deadly disaster in Afghanistan has called for challenges from US adversaries across the globe, from Xi Jinping’s China come Vladimir Putin’s Russia and mullah kills people in Iran.
The policies of the Biden administration are a direct result of the left-wing thinking that dominates his Democratic Party. As long as those policies do not change, neither will the increasingly miserable conditions they are inflicting on the American public.
The good news is that the Founders precisely foresaw situations like this when they passed a Constitution that mandated a government not to responsibly communicate with the people it was supposed to serve.
Democrats have learned that lesson in Virginia and elsewhere in the election that took place earlier this month, where there should have been a party in next year’s election. If nothing changes, they will relearn it in November 2022, with a red wave to match the Republican victories of 1994 and 2010, in size and importance.
Their days are numbered – and that number is unlikely to emerge anytime soon.
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