This week, Biden suffered his lowest approval rating in a Quinnipiac poll.
At 38 percent, he was only two points away from tying Jimmy Carter for the lowest approval rating of a sitting president.
Democrats hoped that was an outlier, but the new Yahoo! News/YouGov survey has delivered yet another devastating blow to Biden.
The Ship is Sinking
One really bad poll creates concern, but polls can be outliers, as we have seen many times.
I always take the stance that we need to see a trend, and this trend has Democrats hitting the panic button big league.
Even though Biden had been underwater in recent polls, there were still polls where he was still hanging around 50 percent.
That is no longer the case. In fact, Joe Biden does not have a single major poll dated from September 29 and beyond that is any higher than a 48 percent approval rating.
Biden is now only above water, barely, with a +1 and +4 rating in two of those polls.
On the RealClear Politics polling data, Biden has an average rating of -6.9, with two polls showing him with a double-digit red figure.
In the latest Yahoo! News/YouGov poll, where Biden has been hanging tough, he is now at 42/50 approval/disapproval, putting him underwater yet again by eight points.
Even Biden’s biggest allies in the mainstream media are shocked at how bad he is polling right now…
We are about 13 months away from mid-term elections, so Democrats cannot afford to have Biden losing ground like this.
History tells us Dems will lose about 25 House seats in this upcoming mid-term, but those numbers go up significantly when you have a president this far underwater.
This will kick up the urgency for Democrats on passing legislation to have any type of win that will help give Biden a boost.
Ironically, while this massive reconciliation package may help them with their base, it will more than likely chase more moderate Republicans and Independents away from Biden.
The death blow for Biden will be any surge whatsoever in COVID during the winter. If that happens, it is truly game over for Democrats.