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Run for office, run from Biden, according to new survey

Joe Biden’s presidency is turning into a train wreck as bad polling numbers continue to dog the Delaware Democrat. (Screen snip, YouTube, CNBC)

Joe Biden can’t win for losing, and apparently neither can political candidates if they try hanging onto whatever coattails the Delaware Democrat may still have as his polling numbers plummet.

On the heels of yesterday’s report that Biden’s popularity is sinking faster than the Lusitania, Rasmussen Reports has released a new survey saying 51 percent of likely voters would be less prone to voting for a candidate in their state who was endorsed by the president. Only 27 percent would be more likely to vote for such a candidate, while 20 percent said a Biden endorsement would make no difference in how they vote.

Another detail certain to irritate Biden is that 38 percent of those polled would “be more likely to vote for a candidate for election who was endorsed by” Donald Trump. Another 39 percent said a Trump endorsement would make them less likely to vote for a specific candidate, but by comparison, those numbers are better than the numbers for Biden.

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This comes as the investigation by John Durham into the Russia probe that dogged former President Trump through almost all of his administration is now beginning to taint Biden’s administration.

Fox News is reporting that “Jake Sullivan, President Biden’s White House national security adviser, is the “foreign policy advisor” referred to in the indictment of former Hillary Clinton presidential campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, according to two well-placed sources.”

The Fox report added, “This is the closest Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation has come to anyone directly associated with the Biden White House.”

Rasmussen’s survey, released Tuesday, was just full of embarrassing news for the current White House resident.

“An endorsement from Trump,” according to Rasmussen, “would help candidates with Republican voters more than Biden’s endorsement would help with Democratic voters. Fifty percent (50%) of Democratic voters say they would be more likely to vote for a Biden-endorsed candidate in their state, while 64% of GOP voters say a Trump endorsement would make it more likely they’d vote for a candidate. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, only 14% say a Biden endorsement would make them more likely to vote for a candidate in their state, while 32% would be more likely to vote for a Trump-endorsed candidate.”

Biden is less than a full year into his term, and critics are ripping him daily for everything from rising gasoline prices to falling asleep during the recent climate conference in Scotland.

Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows Biden with only 21 percent of likely voters strongly approving his job performance. However, that support withers as 49 percent strongly disapprove of Biden on the job, resulting in a “presidential approval index” rating of -28.

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