President Biden’s approval rating among Hispanic Americans has plummeted to 26%
By Dave Andrusko
Nobody would think the result of a poll conducted by Quinnipiac University is driven by a bias in favor of Republicans. That’s why the results released today are stunning.
True, President Biden has been consistently hitting new lows in the polls for nearly a year. But that being said…
Americans give President Joe Biden a negative 35 – 57 percent job approval rating with 7 percent not offering an opinion. In Quinnipiac’s previous national poll released on April 27, 2022, he received a negative 38 – 52 percent job approval rating with 10 percent not offering an opinion.
Down and down and then down again.
Fellow Democrats are feeling the public wrath. Quinnipiac tells us
Among registered voters, if the election were held today, 47 percent say they would want to see the Republican Party win control of the United States House of Representatives, while 43 percent say the Democratic Party, and 9 percent did not offer an opinion….
As for which party voters would want to see win control of the United States Senate, 48 percent of registered voters say the Republican Party, while 44 percent of registered voters say the Democratic Party, and 8 percent did not offer an opinion.
That’s why greater enthusiasm among Republican is no surprise:
Compared to past midterm elections, how motivated would you say you are to vote in this year’s midterm election; are you more motivated to vote than usual, less motivated, or are you just as motivated as usual?
A total of 43% said more. Broken out by party, 56% of Republicans said more versus 46% of Democrats.
One other item. Fox News’s Anders Hagstrom found some genuinely telling results:
Biden is less popular among Hispanics than any other demographic, including age and gender ,the poll found. The same Quinnipiac poll conducted last year put Hispanic support for Biden at 55%. …
Young Americans and White men also have low approvals for Biden, at 27% and 29% respectively.