G. McConway
January 25, 2023

Biden Still Taking a Hit in Polls

Joe Biden has enjoyed a small rise in the polls as of late, but that looks to have leveled off.

Even though he got a bump, he is still underwater right across the board.

This is especially true in leadership categories.

Biden Tanking

In the latest ABC News poll, Biden has barely moved the needle in key areas dating back to August 2022.

On the economy, Biden has gone from 37 percent approval to 38 percent.

On inflation, Biden has gone from 29 percent to 31 percent, but this is something I will get into more in a bit.

On crime, Biden has gone from 38 percent to 40 percent, not exactly earth-shattering numbers for someone that is hoping to get re-elected…

As far as inflation goes, Biden has been selling the American people false hope.

Every expert that I have read has stated that by the end of this year, inflation will rise, possibly sending us into a full-blown recession.

That is when all this excess government spending is expected to kick in in terms of how it will impact our economy.

If and when that happens, you better believe Biden’s numbers are going to take a massive hit.

The ABC poll is not an outlier, either, as the latest Quinnipiac poll showed similar results.

Biden’s approval rating dipped to 36 percent, with very low marks on the economy, immigration, and border issues.

The poll also found that 71 percent believe the documents issue is a serious one and two-thirds of them are following this story very closely.

The less transparent and more defiant this administration becomes on this, the more it will hurt Biden.

I really don’t see the approach changing by this administration, as they continue to believe that if they push a narrative hard enough and stand firm, eventually, people will fall in line.


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