Biden ‘bloom’ is definitely off as poll numbers plummet

Joe Biden’s poll numbers keep dropping. Could things get worse? He’s got 40 more months in office to provide an answer.

Joe Biden should have remained in the basement, as that’s where his poll numbers have gone, with a new Quinnipiac University national poll showing the president gets only a 42 percent approval rating but a 50 percent disapproval.

Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll—the only remaining such poll—shows only 26 percent of respondents “strongly approve” of Biden’s job performance. On the other hand, 45 percent strongly disapprove, Rasmussen said Wednesday morning. Overall, the report noted, 44 percent of likely voters approve of his job performance while 55 percent disapprove.

Perhaps more alarming, the Quinnipiac Poll found that “Americans give him a negative score on his handling of foreign policy, 34 – 59 percent.” Biden is supposed to be a foreign policy expert, a main reason given more than 12 years ago when he was Barack Obama’s vice president.

Likewise, as Commander in Chief, he gets only a 40 percent approval against a 55 percent disapproval.

On the economy, Quinnipiac Biden gets a 42 percent nod, but a 52 percent thumbs down from poll respondents.

Writing at Rasmussen, Brian C. Joondeph, MD and writer, suggests strong evidence of Biden’s decline is what the New York Times hasn’t done. The newspaper hasn’t updated its Biden poll numbers in four months “when Biden had only begun to damage America and his job approval was 63 % according to the Associated Press and NORC.”

“Why has the New York Times not provided more recent poll results,” Joondeph asks. “Perhaps they don’t like what they are seeing.”

He notes the AP poll “also oversampled Democrats over Republicans 46-37%, providing a false sense of Biden’s popularity.”

In the wake of the Afghanistan debacle, and with his continuing inability to complete a sentence, maybe it’s American voters who “don’t like what they are seeing.”

Joondeph also suggests Americans are “not impressed with open borders” or an 8.3 percent inflation rate coupled with “endless government spending and a COVID-19 policy that Biden promised would return life to normal but instead is bringing back masks, mandates and rising case counts.”

Long story short, a quote from Quinnipiac polling analyst Tim Malloy perhaps puts it best: “If there ever was a honeymoon for President Biden, it is clearly over. This is, with few exceptions, a poll full of troubling negatives… from overall job approval, to foreign policy, to the economy.”

Biden is only eight months into his term. It may not be a good idea to ask what else might go wrong, because the president might take that as a challenge.


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