Joe Biden has been in the White House only a few months—and already things seem to be falling apart.
Inflation is rising, jobs were axed, and the border is out of control.
Even liberal media outlets have expressed frustration—even anger—at Biden and his flunkies.
Democrats were eager to push ahead with radical spending bills. But after the bad April jobs report and fears of inflation, Congress is at a standstill.
And new poll reveals a massive tsunami is building against Biden’s support in D.C.
From Democracy Corps:
We were also surprised by how much Donald Trump’s loyalist party is totally consolidated at this early point in its 2022 voting and how engaged it is. Yes, they have pulled back from historic presidential year levels: the percent scoring 10, the highest level of interest in the election, has fallen from 84 to 68 percent. But Democrats’ engagement fell from 85 percent to 57 per-cent. Republicans are following their political theater much more closely than are Democrats — producing an 11-point gap.
It appears that Trump-loyal Republicans are much more enthusiastic and ready to win 2022 than Democrats.
A recent poll reveals they are more engaged in what’s going on in the country right now than Democrats.
Their level of interest is beating Democrats by 11 points—a considerable lead at this point before the 2022 elections.
The interest is even higher at this point than it was in the last midterm elections in 2018. That should spell serious trouble for Democrats—who will need every last bit of help to hold onto Congress.
This poll seems to suggest Democratic voters are just checking out. They were eager to oust Trump in 2020, but since seeing Biden’s “performance,” they must be in a state of denial.
Did these liberals really think Biden was going to be better than Trump? Just a few months of this circus and Biden’s administration is already in chaos.
(Funny how there are no “tell-all” books coming out about it, like the many that came out during Trump’s term.)
This all means Democrats will have a very hard 2022. They hold a shrinking lead in the House—with some ready to retire or quit by next year.
As Biden continues to flop, voters will be fired up to send D.C. a message.
And that message is: you’re fired.
Do you think Republicans will take control of Congress in 2022?
- A new poll reveals Trump-loyal Republicans are more invested in the 2022 election.
- They are leading Democrats by 11 points in interest and enthusiasm.
- These numbers are higher than they were in the 2018 election cycle.
Source: Democracy Corps