Wow. This is really the chickens coming home to roost. Weird part? They’ve come so early. It took Jimmy Carter three years to get this loathed. Joe Biden has done it in less than a year. Perhaps the only area where he is an overachiever.
The harbingers are obvious for Democrat chances in November. This guy is poison, snakebit, a Jonah. But throwing him under the bus now would make it worse. They are just royally coited going into the midterms. Then the momentum starts to build up for 2024. Can you see a Republican President on the horizon? We knew you could.
New polling from @WSJ  shows that in a hypothetical rematch between President Biden and former President Trump, Biden gets 44% support from Hispanic voters and Trump gets 43%
Significant shift favoring the GOP. https://t.co/lLe3ducqHg 
— Julia Manchester (@JuliaManch) December 8, 2021 
FNC: “President Biden’s standing with Americans remains in negative territory heading into the final few weeks of 2021.
The president stands at 43% approval and 51% disapproval in a NPR/Marist national survey released on Thursday. A day earlier, a national poll from Monmouth University indicated a 40% approval and a 50% disapproval. Both surveys were conducted in recent days. An average of all the most recent national polls compiled by Real Clear Politics puts Biden’s approval at 42% and his disapproval at 52%. The average included a large survey from The Wall Street Journal conducted last month that had the president well underwater, at 41%-57%.
Biden’s current numbers are in worse shape than then-President Obama’s approval ratings in 2009 and 2010, ahead of the Democrats’ disastrous 2010 midterms. And they’re nearly as negative as then President Trump’s approvals in 2017 and 2018, ahead of the blue wave the Democrats rode in 2018 to convincingly win back the House in the 2018 midterms.”
“One of the political problems with Biden’s spending plans is that they don’t seem all that relevant to the vast majority of Americans,” Monmouth University Polling Institute director Patrick Murray said. And Marist Poll director Barbara Carvalho opined that the Biden administration and Hill Democrats are “not connecting the dots between concern about inflation and what’s happening in Washington, either with the infrastructure bill or Build Back Better.” And Lee Miringoff, Marist College Institute for Public Opinion director, told press that Biden’s “not seen as leading the bully pulpit…He’s (Biden) got his work cut out for him. Obviously these are not the kind of numbers Democrats are going to celebrate.” Heh.