We’ve been following Joe Biden’s approval since he entered office. And it’s never been something to brag about.
Even liberal polls had him at fairly low levels, even during the “honeymoon” period. Of course, they spun this as much as they could.
More honest polls always had him hovering around 50%. But it’s only dropped since his policies have taken root.
It seems like Americans are not at all impressed with Soviet Joe. And now, his approval is lower than we thought possible.
President Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 47.5 percent, according to polling conducted by the Trafalgar Group…
The Gallup poll also notes the average approval rating for a president’s first quarter is 61 percent, while the overall historical average approval rating for a president from 1938 to 2021 is 53 percent.
Trafalgar Group has revealed Biden’s latest approval rating is well below the watermark at 47.5 percent.
Those who strongly disapprove are the largest segment, at 41.9%.
That is some deeply disturbing news for old Joe. But are we at all surprised?
Joe Biden promised to “unite” the country after the Trump years. But immediately he sat back and let Democrats impeach Trump a second time.
Then, he and his cohorts pushed a radical spending bill that rejected any input from Republicans.
Sure, they shelled out “stimulus” checks and extended unemployment. But those only hurt us more.
The job market is crippling as people are getting paid to stay at home. Gas prices—as well as the prices of many things—only continues to rise.
And that’s not to mention our exploding border crisis.
Anything good Trump did, Biden tries to undo. That’s why our economy is teetering on the brink of disaster.
And why so many worry that we are being invaded.
Biden shouldn’t be shocked at these numbers. Months ago, as his approval began to turn, we said it might get much lower.
And look at that, we were right.
- Joe Biden’s approval has sunk to 47.5% according to Trafalgar.
- Those who strongly approve are at 41.9%.
- This comes after only a few months in office.