By some miracle, Joe Biden has made it 100 days in office. How successful has our “president” been?
Well, it looks like he’s reneged on his promise to unite the country. He has turned our Southern border into a major crisis. Already, he’s canceled jobs and lowered our future energy production.
And he promises to do much worse in the near future—his unnecessary spending blowout will probably induce hyperinflation, or even stagflation.
So, Rasmussen went straight to the American vote, to gauge their views on Biden. And old Joe isn’t going to like what they said.
From Rasmussen Reports:
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 36% of Likely U.S. Voters say Biden’s first 100 days first 100 days in office have been a success. Forty-four percent (44%) say Biden’s first 100 days have been a failure, and 18% say it’s been somewhere in between.
Ouch! Only 36% of voters say that Biden has been successful in his first 100 days in office.
In fact, 44% say that Biden’s 100 days have been a failure.
The first 100 days in office are make-or-break for a president. It is when enthusiasm is (supposed to be) high. It’s when the president sets the tone for the rest of his administration.
But it looks like most Americans don’t think Biden has done all that good of a job.
Notice that even Democratic voters feel this way. That means people who voted for Biden think he’s failed.
It’s not hard to see why. The only “success” his administration can brag about is the vaccine rollout, which was started under Donald Trump.
Everything else Biden touches seems to get worse. Quite the opposite of Trump, who was like King Midas. Everything he touched turned to gold.
Biden’s administration took a success White House and turned it into a laughingstock. Even foreign rivals like Russia and China no longer fear us.
Why would Americans give a president like that a high approval?
The only question now is… how low can he go?
- Only 36% of voters approve of Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office.
- A majority of voters believe Biden’s first 100 days were a failure.
- Those numbers include those who voted for him in November.
Source: Rasmussen Reports