G. McConway
September 16, 2022

POLL: Biden Climbs to 45 Percent Approval

People are drinking the Kool-Aid in this country.

The latest AP-NORC poll gave Biden a massive boost.

In July, this poll had Biden at 36 percent.

In the latest poll… he picked up nine points, collecting a 45 percent approval rating.


Biden is still underwater, with a disapproval rating of 53 percent, but I am baffled by this jump.

We are teetering on the brink of a recession, immigration is out of control, core prices are up, yet Biden is somehow climbing.

Correction… I do know why this is happening.

Most people in this country are headline readers and nothing more.

They read “Inflation Reduction Act” passes, and they think Biden passed something that will help reduce inflation.

Biden tells them prices have flattened and core prices are going down, they believe him when the opposite is actually true.

Joe cannot even put sentences together and people somehow believe he is doing a better job.

This is not good news if Donald Trump enters the presidential election.

Trump was barely beating Biden when he was in the tank, so it is hard to believe that he still holds a lead with Biden gaining momentum.

I am very curious to see the next round of presidential polling and really want to start seeing some polls break it down by state.

Trump does not need to beat Biden nationally.

He can get crushed, actually, and still walk away with a win if he takes battleground states.

With all of his legal woes,  however, I am starting to think that DeSantis needs to be the guy to ensure a 2024 win.

Source: Fox News

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