As most of you know, Joe Biden is not exactly lighting up the polls right now.
We have often stated that he is the worst president since Jimmy Carter, but he may actually be the worst president ever, at least in terms of modern-day polling.
Biden is currently sitting at 37%, lower than both Trump and Obama were one year out of the election.
Generally speaking, you need to be hovering around 50% to feel confident about re-election.
At this point in their presidencies, Donald Trump and Obama were at 43%. Obama got re-elected, and Trump, as we know, got crushed by COVID.
Clinton, both Bush presidents, and Ronald Reagan were all well over 50%, with only the elder Bush failing to get re-elected.
Jimmy Carter, widely considered to be the worst modern-day president, was sitting at 32%, and he failed to get re-elected.
Jimmy Carter's re-election bid was an embarrassment, getting absolutely crushed in the election.
The irony in all of this is that Biden was so promoted by the mainstream media in this country that his highest approval rating was on his first day in office.
Within months of taking office, the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan took place, and Biden started to tank.
It has been one bad thing after another since then, including record illegal immigration, record inflation, rising costs of goods, energy issues, Ukraine being invaded, Hamas attacking Israel, and the terror threat level in this country has been increased.
And that does not even begin to discuss the record spending that Biden has continued even after COVID was over.
The only reason this race is still a race is the general dislike of Donald Trump by so many people in this country, but even some never-Trumpers are coming around that Trump's policies were actually very solid, especially when you compare them to the disaster that has been the Biden administration.
If Trump gets the nod and he beats Joe Biden, I think we can expect some major issues in the Democrat Party.