Lucky for Joe Biden there is no “lemon law” in politics, but there appears to be a considerable amount of “voter’s remorse” according to a newly released Rasmussen survey which revealed the Delaware Democrat would get whupped in a rematch with his predecessor, Donald Trump.
Rasmussen released the poll results Tuesday, and the news isn’t good for the president. Rasmussen did the survey in cooperation with the Heartland Institute.
If the election were held today, according to the survey, only 41 percent of likely voters would vote to re-elect Biden while 46 percent would vote for Trump. Another 10 percent would vote for someone else.
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But here’s what should really alarm Biden and his Democrat allies. Trump would get 81 percent support from Republicans and he would receive 45 percent of the Independent vote, while Biden would get only 29 percent of their support. That’s a 16-point spread, which would be fatal in an election rematch.
Seventy-five percent of Democrats would vote for Biden almost reflexively.
Another revelation of the Rasmussen-Heartland survey was this: “The survey found that a majority (52%) have an unfavorable impression of Biden, including 42% who have a Very Unfavorable view of the president. Forty-six percent (46%) view Biden favorably, including 28% who have a Very Favorable impression of him. By comparison, 51% of voters view Trump favorably, including 31% who have a Very Favorable impression of the former president.”
Chris Talgo, senior editor and research fellow at The Heartland Institute, noted, “Less than one year into his presidency, 52 percent of likely voters have an unfavorable impression of President Joe Biden. This is astounding, given the fact that the mainstream has given Biden the benefit of the doubt so often and glossed over his administration’s utter failures concerning the pandemic, inflation, foreign policy, et cetera.
“On the other hand,” he continued, “51 percent of likely voters now have a favorable opinion of former President Trump. In fact, more likely voters would vote for Trump over Biden if the next presidential election were held today. It seems like American voters are experiencing a classic case of voter’s remorse.”
In Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll, the numbers for Biden really haven’t changed much in weeks. Forty percent of likely voters approve of his job performance while 59 percent disapprove. However, only 21 percent “strongly approve” and 49 percent “strongly disapprove.”
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