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How low can Joe go? Polls suggest to Titanic depths

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A majority of Americans apparently believe Joe Biden is asleep at the wheel, as he appears to be from this snip at a recent conference in Europe. (Video screenshot)

Just over nine months into his four-year term in office, Joe Biden is going down in history…way down.

A USA Today/Suffolk University poll taken last week shows the Delaware Democrat sinking to 38 percent, which the newspaper described as “a new low.” The story says his support among independent voters has “cratered” and offered some stinging data to back up that assessment.

Forty-six percent told pollsters “Biden has done a worse job as president than they expected,” the newspaper said. This includes 16 percent who admitted voting for him.

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Sixty-four percent say they do not want Biden running for a second term in 2024, including 28 percent of Democrats.

Kamala Harris is in worse shape, with only 28 percent approval rating. The poll says 51 percent think she’s doing a poor job.

Long story short, the Biden-Harris administration is led by losers, and the results of this survey mirror what other recent polls have revealed. A report at Liberty Park Press carried the brutal headline: “Polls Pound Prez.”

Fox News also covered the survey, noting, “With exactly one year until the midterm elections, President BidenVice President Harris and Democrats in Congress face bleak ratings that indicate they could be in for a rout in 2022.” The prospect of such a debacle increases with each visit to the gas pump and grocery store for average Americans, who may now be wishing they hadn’t put such a negative on Donald Trump’s tweets that they voted for the other guy.

In addition to higher fuel prices and the resulting inflation at grocery stores and other retail stores, there remains the Afghanistan fiasco, a return of energy dependence on the Middle East, Biden’s failure to show backbone against his party’s far-left fringe, and a growing concern over his cognitive abilities.

Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking poll on Monday had Biden’s job approval rating at 42 percent, of which only 21 percent actually “strongly approve” of his performance. On the other hand, 57 percent disapprove of Biden, including 47 percent who “strongly disapprove.” This puts his negatives at more than twice his positives.

Another Rasmussen survey reveals only 30 percent of likely voters think the country is headed in the right direction, while a whopping 65 percent “believe the nation is headed down the wrong track.” One year ago, while Trump was still in office, 36 percent felt the country was on the right track, while 59 percent disagreed, giving the former president slightly better numbers.

Long story short, Biden appears to be running out of steam. His “honeymoon” with the public is long gone, as the election results from last week seem to affirm. Virginia was as much a referendum on the Biden presidency as it was on Democrat control in Richmond. The near-loss of the New Jersey gubernatorial race scared Democrats, but perhaps not as much as the prospect of a disaster at the polls in November 2022.

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