Biden Forced To Face His Failures, Crumbles Under The Pressure

Who is Biden trying to fool by saying the majority of Americans support his policy decisions?

The cognitively deficient president constantly repeats the claim that “81 million Americans” voted for him without acknowledging exactly how he received those votes.

When dead people and non-citizens are counted, plus numerous double-votes, illegal mail-in-ballot dumps, compromised electronic equipment, “fatigued” vote counters, mysterious water main breaks, then yes, you may somehow get 81 million votes.

That being said, no one likes Joe Biden. In fact, everyone hates him, his policies, and everything he stands for. Talk to one person outside of the liberal elitist cities and you’ll get your answer – they miss Trump, his policies, and his projection of strength. No one has any appreciation for the mentally decrepit Joe Biden who continuously puts his country on the back burner to fulfil this-or-that globalist aim.

A majority of voters disapprove of “President” Joe Biden’s job performance — a downward spiral fueled mostly by dwindling support among independents, a new poll showed.

The Quinnipiac University survey found 38% approve of Biden’s job performance, while 53% disapprove. Last month, a Quinnipiac poll showed 42% approved and 50% disapproved.

More than half of Americans — 55% — say the Biden administration is not competent in running the government.

The drop reflects a sharp loss of support among independents.

In a breakdown by party, 94% of Republicans disapprove of the job Biden’s doing, and 60% of independents give him a thumbs down. But 80% of Democrats approve of his job performance.

In September, the poll found 52% of independents gave Biden poor marks.

Here’s an approval-disapproval breakdown on the issues:

  • Coronavirus: 48%-50%;
  • Economy: 39%-55%;
  • Commander in Chief of the military: 37%-58%;
  • Taxes: 37%-54%;
  • Foreign policy: 34%-58%;
  • Immigration: 25%-67%
  • Mexican border: 23%-67%.

The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.

The Quinnipiac findings are the latest instance of a poll showing Biden’s approval rating sinking, particularly among independents.

A Gallup poll last week found Biden’s approval rating among independents falling to 37%, the lowest it has been since Biden took office, and slipping 24 points below his 61% approval rating at the beginning of his administration.

An Associated Press poll released last Friday found Biden’s approval rating among independents had dropped from 62% in July to 38% in September. That poll put Biden’s overall approval rating at 50%, down from 54% in August.

Author: Asa McCue