The Biden team stated that it was messaging and that Joe Biden would be going out to talk more. Biden had complained to his team that they were trying to subvert him when he said or gaffed something false; he did not want that to happen anymore.
So how did that work out?
He already hit his lowest average poll number, according to Real Clear Politics, about a week ago at 38 percent approval.
But now Biden is at his lowest ever poll number. His number in the Civiqs poll just hit 30 percent approval and 57 percent disapproval.
— Dr. Nickarama (@nickaramaOG) July 9, 2022
Not just has Roe anger not helped his numbers, but his numbers are worse now that the case is overturned.
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What’s hurting him badly is that he’s at 21 percent approval with white people, as well as with people between the ages of 18-34. With independents, Biden is at 19 percent approval and 67 percent disapproval. Yikes. Look at how outspoken he is in Pennsylvania and Georgia, which are likely to see tough Senate elections. This is going to be a huge problem for Democrats. He’s still underwater in all but Hawaii and Vermont. The only thing that is stopping him from dropping into the 20s is that he’s at 38 percent with the 65+ segment. However, all numbers continue to fall so we can expect this one to also drop.
Biden’s score in Civiqs is lower than that of President Donald Trump. Biden’s current level is lower than Trump’s on the day that he resigned, even though Trump has been attacked by the media over Jan. 6riot. Trump was at 40 percent, at that point. Biden now has ten more points than Trump.
It’s more than just the Civiqs survey. Biden has also hit his lowest number ever in the Rasmussen poll with a 37 percent approval there, 61 percent disapproval. Again, he is now lower than Trump’s lowest number (38 percent approval). This must sting Biden who is reportedly upset at Trump’s lower approval rating. Trump’s figures were affected by negative media, despite his very successful policies.
Both polls show that the Democratic approval rating is very worrying for Joe Biden. In the Rasmussen poll, it had been in the low 70s, now it’s just 65 percent-another record low. In the Civiqs poll, it’s 63 percent, also his lowest point. That’s a 28-point drop from what he started with when he came in on his first day, with 91 percent approval from Democrats. For context, something in the 80s is a healthy number. Being in the 60s is big trouble.
It’s no surprise that Democrats such as Tim Ryan (D.OH), and Nan Whaley (Ohio gubernatorial hopeful) are facing “scheduling conflict” issues. Being with Biden in a race is almost like jumping into a swimming pool with an anchor attached around your neck.