How low can you go?
If you are Joe Biden, the answer to that question is lower than anyone in history.
For the fourth consecutive week, Joe Biden’s approval rating dipped.
Bad News for Joe
Nothing Joe is doing is working, and the American people have had just about enough of it.
For the fourth straight week, Biden has taken a hit in the Reuters-Ipsos poll, down to 36 percent approval.
Biden continues to drop among Democrats as well, now down to a 73 percent approval rating.
Shockingly, Biden still has seven percent approval among Republicans, which is down, but that number should be below five percent at the very least.
Biden’s RealClearPolitics national average has dropped by 0.2 percent, down to a 39.6 percent approval rating, with a 56 percent disapproval rating.
Quinnipiac is Biden’s worst poll, coming in at 35 and 58 percent approval to disapproval.
His best poll for approval was the last Fox News poll, which had him at 43 percent.
His worst poll for disapproval is a tie between Reuters, Rasmussen, and Quinnipiac.
Biden’s tightest margin comes in the YouGov poll, which only has Biden at 10 points underwater, with a 43 to 53 percent spread on approval to disapproval.
I would imagine that number will go down even further regardless of how Biden reacts to the recent Roe v. Wade decision from the Supreme Court.
If he fails to take executive action, liberals are going to torch him.
If he does take executive action, the limited support he still enjoys from Republicans will start to take a hit.
Add inflation to this mess, and Biden still may not have hit his floor.