Under 30 Percent Approval – Opinion

Two days before we last left you in Joe Biden’s poll watch, Civiqs had reached an all-time low at 30 percent. This was after a plunge that began in May 2021, and then a steep drop in August 2021 following the Afghanistan withdrawal crisis.

But it wasn’t finished at 30 percent. It’s now gone below 30 for the first time, hitting 29 percent approval with 58 percent disapproval

Independent numbers are awful — 19 percent approval and 67 percent disapproval. Hispanics have a 36 percent approval rate and 48 percent disapproval.

The Democratic approval numbers are also falling, with a mere 63 percent approval. This is in line with the Rasmussen poll, which showed a similar figure of 65 percent approval. Numbers below the 80s indicate the Democrats are in big trouble — that there’s a lot of erosion and that’s going to show in November.

Now, Biden has gotten where only a few have before — into the horrific 20s. Despite repeated media and Democratic criticisms, Donald Trump did not dip into the 20s. The fact that now Biden’s below Trump ever was is going to drive Joe mad.

Gallup polling found that George H.W. was the most popular. Bush (29), Jimmy Carter 28), George W. Bush 25 (25), George W. Bush 26 (25), Richard Nixon 24 (24), Harry Truman 22 (22).

Biden hasn’t reached the 20s in the Gallup poll yet. But when you’re at 29 in a liberal poll, pack your bags, you’re not sticking around if it stays like that.

The overall average in the Real Clear Politics poll is still at 38, with a 57.3 percent disapproval so that hasn’t slid further yet. But as I’ve looked at the Civiqs poll over the last few months, it often has seemed to be an indicator of where his general numbers are going next, despite being a “liberal poll.” So expect the other polls to continue to slide.

The real question here is — given everything that we’ve seen and had to endure already under Joe Biden why is it even as high as 29? What are these crazy 29% who support this man? But if even Democrats are swearing off him — as we see in these polls — and with the recent media reports, one has to think that the Democrats will be making some kind of a move after the midterms, if they hope to have any kind of a chance in 2024.

One of the reasons he keeps sliding is that he never takes any responsibility for anything, in addition to the fact that his policies don’t work and make things worse.

The more he blames others, the more he seems to slide — and the more he blames others. It’s a vicious cycle that keeps him going lower.

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