Just 33 Percent Approve of Biden, And here is WHY
In a poll conducted by Quinnipiac, President Joe Biden has once again received his lowest approval rating. In January, April, and now June, Biden’s approval rating has plummeted to 33%, according to a new survey. Independent voters are weighing down Biden’s overall approval rating, with only 21 percent approving of his performance in office compared to 66 percent disapproving.
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Democratic Party hopes to prevent the Republicans from retaking the House in November are suffering because of Biden’s low approval rating among independents. According to Biden’s approval ratings, Democrats will have a difficult time convincing voters that the Democratic Party is not responsible for inflation, high prices, and the southern border invasion,” Breitbart reported.
Since the Democrats took control of all three branches of government a year and a half ago, the nation has endured record-high gas prices, 40-year-high inflation, and a record-breaking invasion of the southern border. As major issues such as inflation, soaring gas prices, a baby formula shortage, and a tumultuous southern border remain unresolved, Democratic lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated with President Biden.
The recent baby formula shortage has demonstrated to many Democrats that the administration is unprepared and unresponsive to issues that White House officials ought to have anticipated and been ready for. One Democratic strategist, who is frustrated with the administration and lashed out at them, told the outlet, It’s really simple: Be the f-ing president! I know it’s tough and you’re drinking from a fire hose every day, but they haven’t done anything to control public perception.
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In the meantime, Democratic strategist Christy Setzer told The Hill that the White House’s naivete in attempting to control messaging in recent months has given Republicans the upper hand. Setzer stated, “It may boil down to not understanding what they’re up against both the media environment and the modern GOP. When it comes to gun control, baby formula, and inflation… Biden spoke out on all of these issues, but the traditional tactics are not getting the job done, and it does not seem like they are taking in that information, re-trenching, and trying new approaches when it isn’t working, she said.
Other surveys place Biden’s approval rating in the mid-to-upper 30s, and even lower on specific issues such as inflation and gas prices.To the greatest extent possible—never it’s perfect—to the greatest extent you can get ahead of events is part of competence and good management,” William Galston, chairman of the governance studies program at the Brookings Institution’s Governance Studies Program said. “Avoid unforced mistakes”
Biden is discouraged. Last month, a person close to the president told NBC News, “If it’s not one thing, it’s another. Several sources told the outlet that Biden’s escalating anger and resentment appear to be affecting the Democratic Party, with members fighting among themselves and blaming his administration’s failures to make progress on a number of key issues for harming their chances of retaining congressional control in the fall.