Joe Biden is facing historic low numbers in approval ratings.
What makes this so shocking is that it’s not even the end of his first year.
It really puts into question how much support he actually had in the first place…
New polls now show that 65% of Hispanic voters DISAPPROVE of Joe Biden.
Only 33% of Hispanic voters approve of Biden.
The rest are undecided.
This is terrible news for Democrats, who rely on minorities to win elections.
This isn’t from a conservative poll.
This is from the liberal PSB / Marist poll, which suggests that the “real” numbers may actually be worse for Biden than they appear.
🚨🚨 A new national PBS / Marist poll finds Joe Biden’s approval rating is significantly LOWER with Hispanics than it is with whites.
These numbers are devastating for Democrats. pic.twitter.com/XWZyKktuGd
— Giancarlo Sopo (@GiancarloSopo) December 20, 2021
— Byron York (@ByronYork) October 21, 2021
— 🎄The FOO🎅🏻 (@PolitiBunny) December 21, 2021
PBS and NPR have both been accused of being biased against conservatives.
If even “liberal” polls are showing weakness for Joe Biden, then you know that his actual numbers must be terrible.
As President Joe Biden heads into the end of the year, he’s facing a sour reality: The number of Americans who approve of his performance has hit a new low. Just 41 percent of Americans approve of the job he has been doing as president, according to a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll. Support among independents alone dropped eight points in a week.
Overall, more than half – 55 percent – of Americans disapprove of Biden’s performance, including 44 percent who strongly disapprove. His disapproval ratings have jumped 20 points since he took office, reaching a record high this month. The number who strongly disapprove jumped 6 points since a Marist poll conducted just one week earlier.
Biden is likely feeling the heat over a trifecta of concerns troubling Americans this holiday season, according to Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute of Public Opinion. Those fears include rising prices as inflation nears a 40-year high, the omicron variant threatening to compound the latest surge of coronavirus cases, and Biden’s legislative agenda stalling in Congress.
Build Back Better, Biden’s signature proposal, was dealt a significant blow Sunday. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., citing concerns about the national debt and rising inflation, said he would not vote for it, which will kill the bill’s chances to pass in the evenly divided Senate.
More polls continue to underscore Biden’s falling approval ratings.
Multiple polls concerning a hypothetical 2024 match-up show Trump handily winning the POPULAR vote.
And, of course, the electoral vote as well.
What happened, Joe?
The 1/6 commission is going into high gear because of all those polls showing Trump trouncing Biden in 2024
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) December 14, 2021
Not Just One, But Multiple Polls Show Trump with an Edge Against Biden for 2024 https://t.co/MSdXzQLqHM
— Ian Cone (@conens46) December 13, 2021
Polls are proving to not be Joe Biden's friend. https://t.co/pIZsynNbCL
— CNSNews (@cnsnews) December 19, 2021
In fact, Democrats used to reliably count on Hispanic voters as a voting bloc.
But now, they are evenly split between Republicans and Democrats.
Today, Biden leads the polls only 1 percentage point against Trump.
In 2020, he supposedly beat Trump by 17 points among Hispanics.
Hillary Clinton won Hispanic voters by 30%.
So if Trump is only behind Biden by 1 point currently, we expect he’ll BEAT Biden in 2024!
The Wall Street Journal has more insight:
The nation’s large and diverse group of Hispanic voters is showing signs of dividing its support between Democrats and Republicans more evenly than in recent elections, a new Wall Street Journal poll finds, a troubling development for the Democratic Party, which has long counted on outsize Hispanic support.
One year after giving Democratic House candidates more than 60% of their vote, according to polls at the time, the Journal survey found that Hispanic voters are evenly split in their choice for Congress. Asked which party they would back if the election were today, 37% of Hispanic voters said they would support the Republican congressional candidate and 37% said they would favor the Democrat, with 22% undecided.
Hispanic voters were also evenly divided when asked about a hypothetical rematch in 2024 of the last presidential contenders, with 44% saying they would back President Biden and 43% supporting former President Donald Trump. In 2020, Mr. Biden won 63% support among Hispanic voters, nearly 30 points more than Mr. Trump, according to AP VoteCast, a large survey of the presidential electorate.
Hispanic voters account for about 1 in 8 eligible voters and are one of the fastest-growing groups in the electorate, factors that compound Democratic fears about any deterioration in support.
“Latinos are more and more becoming swing voters.…They’re a swing vote that we’re going to have to fight for,’’ said Democratic pollster John Anzalone, whose company conducted The Wall Street Journal Poll along with the firm of Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio.
Messrs. Anzalone and Fabrizio said the poll showed that economic issues were the main concern among Hispanic voters, drawing Hispanic men, in particular, toward the GOP.
Hispanic voters in the survey ranked economic issues as the priority for Mr. Biden and Congress to address. Hispanic men said Republicans had the better economic policy, by a margin of 17 points. Hispanic women, by contrast, said Democrats had better economic plans, by a 10-point margin.
A majority of Hispanic men said they would like to return to the policies that Mr. Trump pursued as president, while a majority of Hispanic women said they would rather stick with Mr. Biden’s policies.
So what do you think?
Is this just a bump in the road for Biden?
Or is this the beginning of the end of his coalition?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!