As you are well aware, Joe Biden’s polling has been in a steady decline since taking office.
Biden and his administration officials have largely ignored the issue or pointed to outlier polls with better results.
Well, FiveThirtyEight is about to destroy that narrative, as it has put together Biden’s polling for all polls.
Even with the outlier polls, Biden’s approval rating overall has dipped down to 43.4 percent.
All Bad News for Joe…
His disapproval rating is also headed in the wrong direction, completely underwater at 50.7 percent.
That is the highest it has been since he took office, with no signs of improvement to come anytime soon.
Biden started his slide from COVID mandates, which he simply could not understand.
When you start to take away American freedoms, even moderate Democrats have a problem with that.
It became painfully obvious immediately after Biden took office that he was lying about everything, and he and his administration have not helped the issue by doubling down with more lies.
Then there was Afghanistan…
After Biden’s people told the country there were ONLY about 100 American’s left behind, hundreds have been rescued, with a recent report revealing more than 300 are still in-country and more than 170 need help getting out.
When you add in Biden not being able to get his own party on the same page regarding the infrastructure bill and the FBI being weaponized against parents, well, it is just one failure after another for Biden and company.
Immigration will again start to come front and center, as several large groups are headed to our border.
This only spells more doom and gloom for Biden.
The tipping point could be Terry McAuliffe losing Virginia to a Republican next week in the gubernatorial election.
McAuliffe was initially supposed to take that election in a landslide, but recent polling now has him neck-and-neck with Youngkin.
If McAuliffe does lose, the blame will be pointed right in Biden’s direction, and I would suspect his ratings will drop even lower than they already are.
Source: The Hill