In the Quinnipiac poll released this week, Biden received 26 percent approval from Hispanic voters, compared to 69% when he took office.
That’s a 43-point drop in 15 months.
President Biden's Job Approval among Hispanics sinks to 26%: @QuinnipiacPoll
Biden Job Approval (Hispanics)
Fieldwork: April 7-11 / 1,412 Adults
Nationwide Sample: D28/R26/I46 pic.twitter.com/xWVFqug3Ny
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) April 13, 2022
A Quinnipiac University poll published this week found that just 26 percent of Hispanic voters surveyed approved of President Biden’s job performance, the lowest mark of any demographic group.https://t.co/RanfXlTb2p
— News 8 WROC (@News_8) April 17, 2022
The Hill reported:
President Biden has been mired in a stretch of disappointing polls, but recent surveys suggest he’s having particular trouble keeping the support of Hispanic voters.
A Quinnipiac University poll published this week found that just 26 percent of Hispanic voters surveyed approved of Biden’s job performance, the lowest mark of any demographic group.
A drastic decrease in support among Hispanic voters could foreshadow a disastrous midterm election for Biden and Democrats, particularly after that bloc seemed to sour on Biden in states such as Texas and Florida while propelling him to victory in key battlegrounds such as Arizona and Georgia in 2020.
Fox News recently spoke with Hispanic voters in Texas to discuss top issues for the midterm elections: