Biden’s approval rating, once again, hits embarrassing new low

President Joe Biden’s approval rating has hit a new low of 38%, just the latest sign that his presidency is imploding.

The USA Today poll, taken in the aftermath of elections that proved brutal for Democrats, underscores the difficult terrain facing the party ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

Brutal election night

The survey was taken after Republicans won power in Virginia last Tuesday, one year after Biden carried the state by 10 points, a crushing defeat for Democrats that exposed cracks in the party’s support base with independents and suburbanites.

Reflecting growing disillusionment with the party and its visibly senile leader, USA Today found that 59% of voters disapprove of Biden. Almost 40% of Biden voters hope he doesn’t run in 2024, while 26% of Trump voters said the same about Donald Trump.

Forty-six percent of voters said Biden is turning out to be a worse president than they expected, with 16% of Biden voters and 44% of independents saying they feel this way.

Sixty-four percent of Americans do not want Biden to run in 2024, including 28% of Democrats. If he were to run, voters would choose Donald Trump by a 44%–40% margin. Voters also prefer Republican congressional candidates by a 46%–38% margin.

There is some good news for Biden, though: voters still like him better than Vice President Kamala Harris, who would be the most unpopular president in modern history if she were to take over the job today. Just 28% of voters approve of the vice president.

America disillusioned

While Biden campaigned as a “moderate” who would restore “normalcy,” he has proven to be an extraordinarily radical and divisive figure who is making America poorer, and more unstable.

Indeed, many are finding Biden’s “America is back” rhetoric hollow as inflation slams consumers with no sign of dampening, and crippled supply chains leave store shelves bare.

But Biden has shown reckless disregard if not outright hostility to the American people and their welfare, as evinced by his recent proposal to give millions of taxpayer dollars in reparations to illegal immigrants, as Fox News reported.

While Biden has struggled to pass his agenda, Republicans may have handed him a lifeline Friday when 13 House Republicans helped Democrats pass $1.2 trillion in “infrastructure” spending, Breitbart noted.

It remains to be seen if Biden can recover before next November, but voters are skeptical of Biden’s plans, with only one in four voters saying Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda will help their families.

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