Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Wake up to More Bad News Ahead of 2022 – and 2024

Each new poll on the presidential election comes with more negative news for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and the other Democrats in Congress. The most concerning poll from Harvard CAPS/Harris was released Monday by the White House of Biden-Harris.

For starters, and as it relates to the upcoming November election, Biden’s support has dropped to a new low for this polling outfit – to 39%. That’s a 6 point drop from where he was in their November poll. Even more concerning for Democrats than that, though, is where his support is dropping the most – independents and suburban voters, a majority of who believe that not only was Donald Trump a better president than Joe Biden but who also say they’re likely to be voting for Republican candidates in the midterms:

The poll found that 56 percent believed former President Trump is a better President than Vice President Joe Biden. Only 44% said Biden was better. Among surveyed voters who were labeled “Independent or other,” 55 percent said they believed Trump was the better president and 45 percent said they believed Biden was the better president.

In suburban areas, 57% said they’d vote more for a Republican in the midterms. 43% thought they’d vote more for a Democratic nominee. The poll found the same results among voters labeled “Independent or other.”

Kamala and Joe Biden will be leading the charge into the elections. 2024Presidential election: Overall results from the poll indicate that Trump is ahead of Biden and Harris in head-to-head matchups.

In terms of base support heading into 2024, Trump is in a better place with Republicans than Harris and Biden were with Democrats.

While Biden has indicated that he plans to run for a second term in the White House in 2024, he doesn’t have the kind of broad support among Democrats that Trump carries among Republicans. Biden gets 32 percent support in a hypothetical Democratic primaries, and Harris receives 14 percent. In the meantime, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Hillary Clinton 2016 Democratic nominee, and Sen. Bernie Sanders are tied at 11%

Cratering support among independent and suburban voters, unable to shore up support among the party faithful, losing by 6 in a hypothetical match-up with the guy you’ve painted as Public Enemy Number One, and your second in command faring even worse? Like I said earlier, it doesn’t get much worse for an incumbent president than this, and to think this is at the one-year mark.

Considering Democrats and their penchant for doubling down on their agenda when the going gets tough, I don’t see things getting any better for them unless the economy does a remarkable turnaround and Biden shifts sharply away from mask and vaccine mandates.

The American people seem to be done with trying to survive and getting told what they should do for their kids. This was evident by the Virginia red tide in November 2021, and it is something likely to continue when voters go to the polls later in the year.

Related: Sen. John Kennedy Humorously Sums up Joe Biden’s First Year in Office in Just 20 Seconds

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