Democrats Shriek In Pain As Biden’s Approval Rating Drags Em All Down

According to a Monday Civiqs poll, President Barack Obama’s approval rating is 36 percent, which has an impact on races down the ballot in swing states.

Biden’s favorability rating is 50 percent, according to a poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports. Biden fared far worse than Bush among those polled: 55% disapproved of his performance, while 36% approved. Among independents, just 24% thought he was doing an excellent job. 66% of respondents opposed him.

Biden’s lack of support from independents is having an impact on key battleground states where the GOP aims to defeat the Democrats in Nov.

In Georgia, where Biden narrowly defeated Trump by less than a percent in 2020, the president is polling poorly. Only 32% of Georgians liked Biden. Fifty-eight percent were against him. The race for governor may be decided by whether or not Biden’s approval rating is high. Stacey Abrams, a far-left candidate running as a Democrat

Amid the president’s declining approval ratings, Herschel Walker, a Republican challenger to Sen. Raphael Warnock (Dem-GA), will have an easy time attacking him.

Biden’s popularity in the state of Arizona, where he lost by around 10,457 votes, stands at 35 percent. Fifty-eight percent of respondents disapproved. Biden’s poll numbers are likely to have an impact on Sen. Mark Kelly’s (Dem-AZ) reelection campaign against likely Republican opponent Blake Masters.

Biden’s popularity in Nevada has suffered a similar fate. Only 35% of respondents approved of Biden, while 58% disapproved. With Biden’s approval ratings so low, it will be difficult for Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) to keep her seat against likely Republican and Trump endorsed challenger Adam Laxalt.

In the state of Michigan, Biden’s approval rating is abysmal. Only 35% of respondents in the state approved of Biden, while 57% were dissatisfied. The crucial race that could be impacted most in Michigan is the upcoming gubernatorial election. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (Dem) is attempting to defend herself against a slew of Republican opponents, including

Biden also has poor ratings in Pennsylvania. Just 35% of voters approved. Of Biden, 57%.

Biden’s poor approval rating in Pennsylvania may have a significant impact on numerous very contested seats. Gov. Tom Wolf (D) is term limited, and the gubernatorial race is an open seat. Republicans are attempting to hold onto an open Senate seat with David McCormick polling favorably against Mehmet Oz in the GOP primary election. The poll interviewed 179 people.

Author: Scott Dowdy