Americans Give Biden One Final Warning Before He Gets The Boot From Washington

A new mainstream survey released this Sunday discovered that most registered voters don’t want Democrat Joe Biden to run for another term as his disapproval rating goes to a staggering 60%.

A USA TODAY Poll took this week also showed Republicans are at almost a double digit lead over Democrats for the incoming 2022 midterms.

Top lines from the survey were:

“Almost half of the people surveyed, 46%, report that Biden has done worse as the commander in chief than they believed he would, including 16% of the people who voted for him. Independents, by 7-1, report that he has done worse, and not better, than they thought he would.”

“Almost two-thirds of Americans say they do not want Biden to go for a second term. This includes 28% of Dems.”

“VP Kamala Harris’ approval number is 28% – even worse than Joe Biden’s.”

The poll also discovered that only 1 out of 4 American voters believe that Joe Biden’s far-left Build Back Better spending bill will help their families.

A strong bulk of Americans, 66%, say that the nation is going in the wrong direction, while just 20% report it is going in the right direction.

Biden’s approval rating is going down faster than any other president in the modern history of the country.

Gallup said this October:

“Joe Biden’s average Q3 job approval number is down by eight points from his Q2 rating (53%) and 11 points from his Q1 rating (56%).”

“This 11-point lowering is more than any previous president between his first and third quarters, but it is close to those for the last three DNC presidents — Obama (who lowered by 10 points), Clinton (lowered by seven points) and Carter (by nine points).”

Many have stressed that the shellacking Republicans put on Dems across the nation during last week’s elections is proof that Americans are angry with Biden and the Democrats.

Republicans dominated Virginia elections, winning the lieutenant governor, governor, and attorney general — and retook control of the House of Delegates. The GOP had not won a state election in Virginia in over a decade.

Author: Blake Ambrose