Joe Biden and Democrats have clearly targeted Georgia for the 2022 election cycle.
Dems are trying to protect a critical Senate seat as well as trying to take the keys to the governor’s mansion.
Biden even went to Georgia last week to deliver a voting rights speech in the hopes of gaining favor with more voters.
Well, it did not work because his approval rating has plummeted in the state, and that is not even the worst of it.
Bad for Dems
Biden is now polling at 34 percent in Georgia, not exactly the number he had hoped for after his big speech.
That is a monster swing from May when Biden was polling at 51 percent.
Perhaps that is why Stacy Abrams did not want to stand next to him when he came to Georgia to deliver his speech.
Biden’s poor performance has clearly impacted other races, which is devasting for all involved.
Current Governor Brian Kemp is ahead of Stacy Abrams in a hypothetical race, holding a 7.3 percent lead.
Even David Perdue, who will challenge Kemp in the primary, beat Abrams by 3.9 points.
In the Senate race, Herschel Walker, the likely GOP candidate to come out of the primary, is beating current Democrat incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) by 3.5 points in the first polling.
Obviously, there is still a lot of time left in the race, but these are not the results the Dems had been looking for to start the year.
Do you think Democrats and Joe Biden can recover in Georgia or do you think it will only get worse for them?
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Source: The Hill