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Voter Regret, New Poll Finds Biden has Lost 70% of 2016 Trump Voters Who Supported Him in 2020


Voter regret is very real.

According to a new poll from J.L. Partners, those who voted in favor of Joe Biden in 2020 after previously supporting President Donald Trump in 2016 are now regretting their decision.

A mere 3 out of 10 of those voters polled say they would support Biden again.

The poll also finds that only 1 out of 5 of the same voters would say that Biden is performing his job “very well.”

Biden and the democrats are doing everything in their power to destroy the confidence of the American people, which is likely to hurt them during this year’s midterms, and subsequently the 2024 presidential election.

Both elections are likely to come down to “purple voters.”

Here are the details of the poll from our friends at the Washington Examiner:

A poll analyzing voters who supported former President Donald Trump in 2016 before casting a ballot for Biden in 2020 has found just 3 in 10 would back the incumbent again.

The poll, published by Republican public opinion research firm J.L. Partners, also found 1 in 5 of the same voters graded Biden as performing “very well” as president. Voters older than 65 were more critical of Biden, with 7% echoing the assessment.

J.L. Partners founder James Johnson, former British Prime Minister Theresa May’s chief pollster, predicts that so-called purple voters will be pivotal in November’s midterm elections and the next presidential cycle, estimating that approximately 4 million people are members of the group. For example, the poll found more than 1 in 4 planning to vote Republican this fall, prompted by liberal positions on the removal of statues and monuments, the use of gender pronouns, race protests, and cancel culture. About 68% remained committed to Democrats.

MSN has more on the poll from J.L. Partners:

Johnson, too, attributes Biden’s and Democrats’ deteriorating purple voter support to disappointment over their handling of the economy and immigration policy as well as their promise to unite the country. Democrats retain their advantage over Republicans regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, purple voters’ top concern, and healthcare, according to Johnson.

“For Biden, the poll is bleak,” Johnson told the Washington Examiner.

The poll also demonstrates a troublesome trend for Vice President Kamala Harris. Roughly 15% of purple voters considered Harris to be doing “very well” as Biden’s understudy.

But at the same time, 8% of purple voters would support Trump in a 2024 Biden-Trump rematch. Another 68% would back Biden.

Those suburban moms who voted for Biden in 2020 are changing their tunes now as well:




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