BREAKING: Nancy Pelosi Learns Deadly Truth – She’s DONE

At the beginning of 2021, 49% of Americans said they were Democrats, and 40% claimed they were Republicans.

By the end of 2021, 42% of Americans said they were Democrats, and 47% said they were Republicans.

That’s a 14-point shift. And why did that shift happen, you ask?

Joe Biden.

Inflation, COVID mandates, premature evacuation in Afghanistan, disaster at the Mexican border, you name it.

“The year 2021 was an eventful one in politics, after a similarly eventful 2020 that also saw major shifts in party preferences. In early 2021, Democratic strength reached levels not seen in nearly a decade. By the third quarter, those Democratic gains evaporated as Biden’s job approval declined. The political winds continued to become more favorable to Republicans in the fourth quarter, giving the GOP an advantage over Democrats larger than any they had achieved in more than 25 years.”

The findings come from Gallup, and represent the biggest lead the GOP has held over Democrats in 25 years.

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