Today, very few people actually watch CNN. This is a good thing. It’s a network that only appeals to those who are left of the left. The reporting of the network is somewhere between radical leftist fanfiction or Democrat Party propaganda. They won’t hesitate to call an American a terrorist and point out their loudest voices.
However, extreme biases do have their benefits. When CNN posts a poll, you can count on the fact that they’ll over-sample the left. In their latest poll, if they have over-sampled the left, then the Biden administration’s days are numbered.
A CNN poll on Tuesday showed that the percentage of Democrats wanting Biden to be elected for another term is now at an all-time low.
75% of Democrats now want Biden to be replaced on the 2024 ticket, an increase that is dramatic from 51% in February.
The reason they don’t want him back varies. Thirty-two percent believe it’s because he has no chance of defeating a GOP contender, who at this time is none other than former President Donald Trump. Also, this 32 percent percentage is twice as high as it was at the beginning of the year.
These numbers are consistent with other polls that have shown Biden’s popularity falling like an anvil. Biden had a 30% approval rating in the last poll. While it’s not the lowest approval rating in the history of presidents, there’s still a lot of time to go till 2024.
George W. Bush holds the record at 19%. At this rate, it’s likely Biden will either hit to surpass that mark.
His approval rating is dropping and you will see a decrease in his support. You also can expect the media to begin to disengage from Biden and to even blame the Democrat Party for some of the problems. Rep. Cori B. Bush, a Democrat Party member, refused to support Biden if he attempted to run for a second term. It was a sign that she is hesitant to give her endorsement to a candidate only a few Democrat Party members like.
Bush was actually so reluctant to discuss it, her assistant had to bail her out of her interview to allow her to quickly leave.
(READ: Cori bush suddenly becomes really uncomfortable when asked about a Biden second term)
What the DNC’s next move is is anybody’s guess, but at this point it’s pretty clear that whatever they choose to do, it won’t involve Biden.