President Joe Biden’s sham presidency has become so embarrassing, even Democrats are starting to cut their losses.
The CIVIQS rolling job approval average finds that Biden is underwater in all but four states in the Union, including deep-blue California, Breitbart reported.
Poll: Blue states turning on Biden
Biden is above water in Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Vermont. His worst rating is in West Virginia, where just 18% approve, but even California is turning on Biden, with 41% approving compared to 47% disapproving.
Across the board, just 35% of voters approve of Biden compared to 55% who disapprove, with 10% offering no opinion. Sixty-five percent of independents disapprove of Biden, compared to just 22% who approve.
Biden’s fading popularity with moderates is just one sign that his 2020 coalition is cracking. Democratic party enthusiasm has dampened, especially among young voters upset over Biden’s failure to deliver on student loan debt forgiveness.
Biden’s approval with Democrats has cratered from a high of 91% at the start of his term to just 73%, according to CIVQS. The drop is pronounced among voters aged 18-34, among whom approval tanked from 49% to just 26%.
Among Black voters, a critical Democratic constituency, approval has dropped from 86% at the outset of Biden’s presidency to 64%. The trend carries across racial groups: Biden’s support from Hispanics has dropped from 65% to 43%, with disapproval at 44%. Among whites, disapproval has risen from 52% to 64%.
Biden dials up the blame
As Biden’s coalition splinters, there seems to be a growing recognition among voters that Biden is too old, tired, and feeble for the role — that the Biden sold to voters in 2020 is not the Biden they got in the White House.
Biden campaigned on bringing competence and stability to Washington. But on his watch, life for average Americans has become more dangerous and unpredictable. Basic necessities have become expensive and difficult to find. A new shortage in baby formula has added to the mood of decline and insecurity that has come to define the Biden era.
That sense of a nation adrift is perfectly represented in Biden, whose cognitive issues, swept under the rug in 2020 by his media allies, have become all too obvious for many voters to ignore.
Biden also promised moderation, but he has governed as a vicious demagogue who reflexively blames his political opponents for his failures. He debuted a new line of attack this week, blasting “ultra-MAGA Republicans” in an attempt to distract the attention of suffering voters.
While Biden has pounced on the potential end of Roe v. Wade to paint Republicans as dangerously extreme, de facto terrorists before the midterms, voters appear to be more concerned with the cost of living than abortion.