Although Joe Biden has been widely unpopular since his earliest days in the White House, his rock-bottom approval ratings just keep finding a way to sink even lower.
In a new national poll, just over 3 in 10 respondents gave him positive marks.
As OAN reported:
A new poll has revealed President Joe Biden’s approval rating fell to a new low amid expectations of economic recession. According to data collected by Civiqs, Biden’s job approval fell to 32 percent in June, which down from 34 percent in May. This marks its lowest level since the Democrat took office last year.
A whopping 57 percent of respondents said they do not approve of Biden’s job performance. In addition to this, the President’s net approval ratings are now negative in 48 states, which is up from 47 states last month with the exception of Hawaii and Vermont. Biden now has a national net approval rating of -25 and most respondents are concerned about his poor handling of the economy.
Considering the dire situation that the nation’s economy is currently in, it might seem surprising that even 32% of the country still supports Biden.
There might not be an official declaration yet, but most Americans seem to feel certain that the nation is either in or very near a serious recession.
The recession is here:
-The stock market sold off
-Almost NO small business confidence
-Zero GDP Growth
-Inflation at 8 to 10 percent
Brace for impact!
— Stephen Moore (@StephenMoore) June 17, 2022
America is in a recession and it's 100% the fault of Democrats.
— Nick Adams (@NickAdamsinUSA) June 16, 2022
If you're working right now, it's a recession.
If you're out of work right now, it's a depression.
When Joe Biden loses his job, it's a recovery.
— Dr. Willie J. Montague (@RepMontague) June 21, 2022
A Biden recession isn’t coming, it’s already here.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) June 17, 2022
Meanwhile, Biden is still trying to spin the horrendous news to prop his party up ahead of the upcoming midterm elections.
According to the New York Post:
Asked on the sand near his vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Del., about economic experts “saying a recession is more likely than ever,” Biden barked: “Not — the majority of them aren’t saying that. Come on, don’t make things up, OK?
“Now you sound like a Republican politician,” the president griped, before realizing how he came off and insisting, “I’m joking. That was a joke.”
The president, who emerged two days after falling off his bike nearby, proceeded to call for higher taxes on the wealthy while blaming oil companies for record-high prices at the pump.
“But all kidding aside, no, I don’t think it is [inevitable],” Biden said. “I was talking to [former Treasury Secretary] Larry Summers this morning and there’s nothing inevitable about a recession.”
Here’s a clip of his tone deaf remarks: