With practically the entire country chanting “let’s go, Brandon,” it’s not a surprise that the Republican Party is leading in a ballot recently published by RealClearPolitics. This is clearly bad news for the future of Nancy Pelosi’s Democrat-controlled House and her Democrat ilk.
“Republicans are leading RealClearPolitics’ general ballot for the first time since 2014,” reported Breitbart News.
“RCP has Republicans up by half a percentage point on its generic congressional vote, showing 43.3 percent support for Republicans and 42.8 percent support for Democrats and potentially foreshadowing a red wave in 2022. Democrats notably maintained the lead in 2020, 2018, and 2016, though RCP showed Republicans ahead by 2.4 percentage points in 2014, halfway through former President Barack Obama’s second term,” according to Breitbart News.
Creepy Joe might be unaware that support is slipping away, because he sleeps through meetings, but it’s clear the Biden administration is dealing with the repercussions of several failed policies.
“Over his first nine months in office, President Biden has lost support among Americans of all stripes — men and women, Black voters and white voters, Zoomers and Baby Boomers. Even Democrats writ large are more disenchanted. But two groups with whom Biden has lost support stand out: independents and Hispanics,” FiveThirtyEight reported.
“Other recent estimates are dismal for both Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris and show Republicans commanding an eight-point lead in the generic ballot. Biden’s approval rating is now down to 37.8 percent, and Harris is worse for wear with a 27.8 percent approval rating,” a recent USA Today/Suffolk University Poll reported.
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