Chief Justice John Roberts has a higher approval rating than Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi or Charles Schumer in a new Gallup poll taken earlier this month, and they all come in behind House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Roberts, as noted by Mediaite, has a 60 percent approval rating, while McCarthy enjoys a 46 percent rating. Trailing them are Harris and Schumer, both at 44 percent, Biden at 43 percent and Pelosi down at 40 percent. Gallup also had some bad news for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose 34 percent approval rating came in at the bottom of the survey measuring performance approval of several top national leaders.
It’s only the latest slap in the face for Biden, less than a full year into his presidency. That he comes in behind Harris in performance approval is also an embarrassment, and it might portend how the midterm elections may turn out in November 2022. If voters flip Capitol Hill next fall, starting in January 2023 the Biden agenda is essentially finished, and politics of Democrats Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Pramila Jayapal and other “progressives” who have been pulling the party farther to the left, will hit a wall.
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The president’s job approval from Gallup’s findings coincides with data from Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll, which shows 58 percent of likely voters disapprove of Biden’s job performance while only 41 percent approve. Digging deeper into those numbers, however, reveals only 21 percent “strongly” approve of Biden’s performance while 48 percent “strongly” disapprove.
On top of that, Rasmussen reported Tuesday that a dismal 27 percent of likely voters think the country is headed in the right direction, while a whopping 67 percent believe we’re on the wrong track. For comparison, one year ago when Donald Trump was still president, 29 percent said the United States was heading in the right direction, while 62 percent said it was on the wrong track. Biden’s numbers are worse than the man he replaced.
Making matters even worse for the Delaware Democrat, Rasmussen found that only 31 percent of likely voters “rate Biden excellent or good for his handling of crime and law enforcement issues.” On the other side of that picture, 51 percent give him a poor rating for handling crime.
Biden’s numbers have been falling for several months, and heading into a new year there no signs of recovering the lost ground in the immediate future.
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