Stumbling Biden’s Latest Approval Numbers Tell the Tale

When it comes to Joe Biden, the Democrats have tried to present a new image: “Dark Brandon”, who is able to pass legislation.

Biden was away for the majority of August so they may have been helped. People weren’t reminded daily of his terrible character.

Biden briefly popped up in some polls. Biden’s approval rating rose to 41 percent last week in the Reuters/Ipsos survey. Democrats celebrated this as a major victory. 41% approval and 54% disapproval would indicate that most of the usual measures will be ineffective during the midterms. Democrats were just being Democrats and trumpeted this, trying to make everything into something.

Biden and Democrats may have just found out that they are not going to be able to buy votes through the student debt bailout. Biden’s approval dropped to 38% approval and 58% disapproval this week, which is close to his lowest approval rating during his tenure in office.

This is a net drop in the value of 7 percent over a week. This is a significant drop in that time period. It’s also with a Democrat +9 Poll, which is just ridiculously unbalanced, but still so low for Biden. You can see that Biden is in the basement. The lowest approval rating for Biden in the Reuter’s poll was 36% in June. However, it has been underwater since August last year and in the basement for several months.

Who would have thought that granting a bailout to a small group of people would be a poor political move? It might not have gone down well with the rest Americans who would also have the burden of paying for it. Anyone with any sense. It is also illegal and wrong. It seems that this strategy backfired. Biden also began to demonize millions of Americans, calling them “semi-fascists”, and saying that he didn’t respect MAGA Republicans. Although it might be a happy medium for the radical left, this is not going to work with the majority of Americans. The economy is the main issue. Inflation continues to be a major problem. This will only get worse with the Inflation Reduction Act, which was falsely referred to as the student loan bailout.

The Democrats may spin whatever they want, but it seems like the “comeback”, as Democrats call it, has already ended.