It’s no secret that Joe Biden is a widely unpopular “president.” Even numerous Democrats are second-guessing their vote.
A survey of all polls by FiveThirtyEight reveals Biden’s approval at a dismal 40.8% and his disapproval at a shocking 54.5%.
The latest CBS poll reveals Biden has lost independent voters.
Only 34 percent of independents in the United States approve of how Joe Biden handles his job as president, a recent CBS News/You Gov poll revealed.
The poll found that 66 percent of the 653 independent respondents disapproved of Biden’s job as president.
And now, Biden has set another horrible record.
From The Conservative Brief:
According to the daily polling average from FiveThirtyEight, just 41 percent of Americans approved of the job Biden is doing on Monday, his 489th day in office, while an eye-opening 54.6 percent disapproved.
That is the lowest approval rating for a president at this point in his term since the Second World War.
Dang. All presidents since Harry Truman had higher approvals than Joe at this point in their presidency. Even Donald Trump, with unfair and dishonest attacks by the media, was doing better.
Biden’s average approval is 40.8%. Harry Truman, who was grappling with a railroad strike, was doing better at 43.1%.
This is hardly ground-breaking news. Biden has been failing since day one. He triggered runaway inflation and is deliberately hurting the energy market.
He was unable to fix the supply chain crisis. To make matters worse, he ignored a looming baby formula shortage, leading to a very serious shortage (which has resulted in babies being rushed to emergency rooms).
Given all the problems Biden is responsible for, we are actually shocked his approval is as high as it is. Only the most die-hard Democrats give him a thumb’s up.
Perhaps these people are deliberately ignoring the news.
- Joe Biden’s approval is worse than all presidents since World War II.
- His average approval is 40.8%; his disapproval is 54.5%.
- Biden is responsible for numerous crises, including a baby formula shortage.