This week has brought us a marked turn in the way that the Democratic Party speaks about the chances of Joe Biden running for reelection in 2024, and the latest polling figures seem to backup their newfound reticence.
Biden’s presidency has not been successful – not in any iteration of imagination. In fact, his most salient political victory may come in a few days’ time as a bipartisan bill taking aim at the Second Amendment comes to pass, but there is little evidence that the President himself had anything to do with it. Instead, the bipartisan bill roads the emotional coattails of the Uvalde massacre to fruition.
And this vast dislike of the Democratic President isn’t conjecture. Oh no, the numbers do not lie.
The bottom continues to fall out of His Fraudulency Joe Biden’s approval ratings, with Rasmussen Reports showing Hunter’s Dad sitting at just 38 percent approval, which ties his record low in this specific poll.
His disapproval rating is now at 60 percent.
And it gets much, much worse.
Rasmussen also shows that 74 percent believe the country is on the wrong track, while only 21 percent say it is on the right track.Advertisement - story continues below
Who are those 21 percent, and what is their definition of “right track”?
Only 38 percent of women approve of Biden’s presidency. It gets worse: only 53 percent of black voters approve of Slow Joe, while 42 percent of black voters disapprove. Biden should be earning black voter approval in the 80s and 90s.
The only modern President who faced a lower approval rating was Gerald Ford, who was not elected.