Pro-abortion President Biden’s approval numbers sink to 33%

By Dave Andrusko

Joe Biden
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At some point in time, you would anticipate that pro-abortion President Joe Biden’s job approval numbers would bottom out. After all, Gallup had him at 37%.

But no luck for Mr. Biden. In a Messenger/Harris poll conducted by HarrisX, we find among the 1,464 adults surveyed that

President Biden’s job approval ratings declined from 39% in November to 33% in early December, marking a new 35-month low. That is the key finding of a TIPP Poll conducted among 1,464 adults and completed on Friday. The poll has a credibility interval of +/- 2.6 percentage points.

Among Democrats, two-thirds (66%) approve of the job he is doing as president. In contrast, a majority of Republicans (86%) and a significant portion of independents (64%) disapprove. …

By party we see that Democrats showed a 7.9-point drop in approval, Republicans experienced a 3.7-point decline to 11.5, while independents fell 3.0 points.

What is responsible for this all-time low?

Under Biden’s leadership, most Americans believe the nation is heading in the wrong direction. The survey reveals that only 11% are very satisfied with the country’s direction, and an additional 19% are somewhat satisfied. Meanwhile, two-thirds (67%) are dissatisfied, with 30% not very satisfied and another 37% not at all satisfied.

What else? The economy, of course.

The economy is the #1 issue for Americans, and Biden fails miserably on that front. His economic policies, collectively branded as “Bidenomics,” have not lifted Americans up. Bidenflation, the price increase for goods and services under Biden’s watch, runs at 17%.

President Biden gets low grades for handling foreign affairs–The Israel-Hamas Conflict, Iran, Russia-Ukraine War, and China. He also has subpar approval on immigration and has terrible ratings on crime.

The report ends with a warning.

In summary, December 2023 marks a turning point for the Biden presidency. Recent polls consistently show Trump leading over Biden, further supporting this notion. The approval rating below 35% is worrisome. Despite the advantages of incumbency, Biden may have reached a point of no return, and his chances of reelection appear grim.