By Dave Andrusko
It is a common phenomenon these days. Another poll, another lowest-job approval ever for pro-abortion President Joe Biden.
Gallup, for example, found a dismal 42% of Americans approve of Biden in its most recent poll—and, oh, by the way, “Biden averaged 44.7% job approval in his third quarter in office.”
(Gallup’s Jeffrey Jones can still find a bright note: “Biden Job Approval Steady at Lower Level.” At this rate…)
How long will “92% of Democrats” support the president? How long will “34% of independents approve of the job Biden is doing, the lowest of his term to date,” before the dam breaks?
But the most dangerous numbers of all came out in another Gallup poll today. An incredibly low 21% of Americans approve of the job the Democrat-controlled 117th Congress is doing. That’s six points lower than just one month ago.
But Democrats still approve, right? Wrong!
“Congress’ approval is low because hardly any Republicans (5%) and relatively few political independents (22%) offer positive reviews of the legislative body, at the same time that Democrats’ approval has plunged to its lowest level in 2021 — now 33%, down from 55% in September,” according to Lydia Saad. That’s a drop of 22 points.
It cannot be emphasized enough: “Biden Has Lost Support Across All Groups Of Americans — But Especially Independents And Hispanics,” as Geoffrey Skelley wrote.
“In early June, almost 60 percent of independents approved of Biden’s response to the coronavirus, but that has now fallen to just below 42 percent, according to FiveThirtyEight’s coronavirus approval tracker.”
And “Recent polling suggests that Hispanic approval of Biden’s handling of the pandemic and the economy has fallen sharply. The latest poll from The Economist/YouGov found just 45 percent of Hispanics approved of Biden’s handling of the pandemic, compared with 65 percent in early June,” Skelley reported. “And Politico/Morning Consult’s new survey found Hispanic approval of Biden’s handling of the economy has dropped to 42 percent, compared with 60 percent back in June.”
Skelley concluded, “If Republicans can capitalize on Biden’s weakness among these groups, that could be their ticket back to controlling Congress next year.”
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