Two new polls show that President Joe Biden’s poll numbers remain underwater months after they began to fall during the disastrous Afghanistan pullout.
An NPR/Marist poll showed that Biden’s approval rating was 43% while his disapproval was 51%. A Monmouth poll gave Biden a 40% approval and a 50% disapproval rating.
With numbers like this, Biden is not only unlikely to stay in office one second longer than necessary, he is likely to bring down the entire Democrat party with him.
While majorities support his multi-trillion dollar spending plans because they think they are going to get something from them, they also associate him with the runaway inflation and labor shortages plaguing the economy.
“He’s got his work cut out for him,” Marist College Institute for Public Opinion director Lee Miringoff said.
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