Biden Job Approval Craters to New Low in CNBC, Quinnipiac Polls

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  1. Aleksander Ulyanov

    Aleksander Ulyanov Well-Known Member

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    I understand, COVID really isn't the problem. All we have to do is lose 60lb and get 40 years younger, no biggie
     
  2. Aleksander Ulyanov

    Aleksander Ulyanov Well-Known Member

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    You guys make up these "polls" better and better. Who will he next one be RGB/Trumpliars? Too bad they have NO connection to reality
     
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  3. Bluesguy

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    Half the list

    Recovered and we are still at a net loss pre-Covid.

    It recovered 3rd quarter of 2020, what has he done to make it better? You think inflation heading to double digit and rising interest rates are the tracks we want to be on? Why do so many in this country disagree?

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    Polling Indicates That Voters Disapprove of Biden’s Handling of Key Economic Issues


    On Biden’s handling of economic issues:

    • On gas prices, 67 percent disapprove

    • On inflation, 59 percent disapprove

    • On government spending and taxes, 57 percent disapprove
    On their perceptions of the federal budget:

    • 62 percent responded that only positive results occur from balancing the budget

    • 59 percent agreed that raising taxes hurts the economy

    • 54 percent responded that it is possible to balance the federal budget and cut taxes

    • 47 percent believe that slowing government spending helps the economy, as well as that it is possible to balance the budget by slowing the growth of federal spending.
    https://www.freedomworks.org/conten...sapprove-biden’s-handling-key-economic-issues



    That's the reality.
     
  4. Arkanis

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    As I've told you and the other MAGAs before, Biden will be defeated in two and a half years.

    In the meantime, you can hang on to the polls.

    After all, you voted in 2020 for a candidate who was far more unpopular than Biden...

    That's the reality.
     
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  5. ToughTalk

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    The reality is he would have done a far better job at just about everything in every way and the only thing 2020 proved was that the population got CNN'd.

    The problem now is that may work to make orange man bad but it won't be worth a lick of **** when you trying to indoctrinate kids against parent's wishes.
     
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    You can always tell someone has nothing or merit to say when they think they first have to apply some label to someone.

    In the meantime it's not just Biden it's the policies.
     
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    I absolutely agree with you. However I'm not sure how many voters are smart enough to realize that this isn't Biden that's failing, it's the DNC policies that are failing.
     
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    This is the sad truth.

    We all know Biden is a cognitive mess. We all know he can't carry on a conversation in real time. Etc. Etc.

    However, would any other candidate be any different from a policy standpoint? I'm not sure they would. Sure, elizabeth warren could probably at least carry on a conversation without getting lost, but wouldn't she be implementing the same failed polices?....i think so. The left pushes failed policies and I don't think their presidential nominees matter. Voters will have to force them to change.
     
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    The Democratic party is the problem. Joe Biden has only made them look even more like a sinking ship.

    The Republicans did great in 2020. Trump did not. The Independents chose not to vote for him.

    The Democrats did bad in 2020. Biden did not. Independents only voted for Biden as a anti vote for Trump.

    So the Democratic party again did horrible in 2016 and 2020 and have done nothing to better the party since.

    They remind me of the Byzantine Empire. The Empire was full of corruption and towards its end lost alot of power. They would have a few comebacks but did nothing to better the Empire or progress. They literally had the same problems and thought new leadership would fix them. The Democrats are doing the same thing.

    The Democrats are losing in Oregon. They are literally losing the Senate race in Oregon per latest polling and it's a blue state. They are losing in NV and New Hampshire. They lose about 1,000 registered voters every week in North Carolina and twice that in Pennsylvania. Per polling as of right now Democrats stand to lose alot of Senate seats and only Pennsylvania is a toss up.

    Of course it is a midterm election but Democrats should still not be losing this badly.

    Biden is just the face of the party but he is not the problem. The problem lies in the party itself and the corrupt people running it.

    The Republican party has people I do not like but the party itself, what it stands for and the voter base is what makes it great. Trump, Mitch and the Pillow guy can't change how great the party is. They are just the idiots trying to run it.
     
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    It's fascinating to see how confident you are that you can read the voters' intentions well when the voters, in November 2020, made a choice that you still can't accept.

    Barring a catastrophe on the scale of a pandemic, it's the economy that decides whether a candidate is re-elected or not.

    Besides, even if Biden were at 20% approval, there's no opponent in front of him.

    Are you banking on the midterms to give you hope? I will be the first to congratulate you if the GOP takes control of Congress.

    Opposition is healthy in a democracy.

    But don't dream too much about getting a conservative into the WH in 2024.

    It's been 14 years since the voters voted overwhelmingly for the Democratic candidate and the liberal majority will be at least 4 million votes in the next election.
     
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    As for GA had Doug Collins not ran against Loefler she would have won her Senate race and the Democrats would not have the Senate right now. Doug took 600k votes while Loefler had about 1 million votes thus leading to a run off race which Republicans screwed up.

    That had nothing to do with the Democrats and the vote Warnock got was less then both Doug and Loefler combined. It was people not voting because of Republicans asking them to boycott the elections.

    If things do not change for Democrats they will lose in 2024 As Well as the 2022 mid terms.
     
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    The Democrats lost big in the house. If they were popular that never would have happened.

    As Bluesguy said it was not Biden. It is the Democrats that are failing. Biden is only making it worse.
     
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    Because you think Trump won't have left his mark on the GOP?

    You think moderate voters will forget the 1/6 riot and the autocratic turn conservatives took to keep Trump in office?

    You greatly underestimate the trauma that Trump has left on the majority of the electorate.
     
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    If January 6th was a big concern for Democrats and independents why is the Republican party polling better in almost every state including the Oregon Senate race?

    To me it looks like they have other things they are more concerned about and the Democratic party has now become out of touch with it's own voters.

    Trump is unpopular. He did leave a mark on the GOP and if he runs again he could give the Republican party a defeat. This does not mean the party itself is doing bad.

    If you go party vs party the Republican party is more popular unless you want to agree with me that polls are inaccurate.

    The argument is who is failing. Joe Biden is not the reason the Democrats are failing. He just made it worse.
     
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    To be clear I am tired of Trump and I do not want him to run again. He is a problem.

    You should be more concerned with fixing your own parties problems instead of worrying about if Trump will run again. Your party is about to have a historic midterm defeat.
     
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    Maybe this will help. When you compare a whole state, it gets a little convoluted.
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    If you take NE AZ/NW NM, you have a high native population. They have chosen to remain poor in exchange for keeping their way of life. They also vote heavily Democrat. Same goes for much of OK and SD.
    South border of Texas. Heavy hispanic population, also very poor. They also heavily vote Democrat. Mississippi river valley is basically a leftover from when the river was a major source of import/export. That's not so much the case any more and those people have stayed with no job. The South, in general, is poor especially the black population, and they vote Democrat.
    Large cities, especially on the coasts are controlled by Democrats. They prop up the rest of the state with their wealth. Do you think New York would be so wealthy if you took away NYC an it were just relying on what's left of Corning and Kodak?

    Basically, your question was infantile and over simplified and as such, no real answer would ever satisfy your desire to hear someone say, "it's because Democrats are so good at spending government money"

    Does this help answer your question?
     
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    Ok. They say NM is 75% white but in that number, they include the 47.8% of the population that are hispanic. The actual number of WASP in NM is closer to 30%. And NM is a very blue state. For some reason, the Governor and POTUS are swing seats but still mostly Dem. Other than a few odd years, the NM legislature hasn't been Democrat since 1930.

    It took Biden only a few months to crater the economy. My guess is that you are relying on the same number to form your opinion of the economy that you did to pigeon hole NM's voting history. Employment is only at 159M when it should be around 164M. Inflation is through the roof and we are closer to WWIII than we have been since Kennedy was in office.
     
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    The entire country has turned to **** and if people chose that because of one riot where one person died (the rioter) then the country deserves to fall apart.

    Bad choices have consequences. Biden and the DNC is a bad choice. The consequence is exactly this.
     
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    Indeed. The seditious insurrection that trump led after losing the election was a historic moment that opened many peoples’ eyes.
    Voters in France just voted against a far right racist demagogue to save their country from the disaster that would follow if such a right wing racist were put in charge.
    In exit polls, many said that the deplorable example that trump set in the US was a motivating factor in their decision to vote against Le Pen.
    They understood that the right wing agenda is detrimental to their country and to the world.
    Let’s hope Americans are as smart.
     
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    Lol…what hysterical nonsense. The truth is that if the quisling trump or one of his seditious maga lapdog gets elected, the country will indeed fall apart.
    The French were smart enough to just reject the right wing racist that tried to paper over her racist extremism and get elected president, but they saw through her bullshit.
    Let’s hope Americans are smart enough to see through the bullshit that idiots like Desantis or Abbott will spout to paper over their bigoted, paranoid, racist maga agenda.
     
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    I told you .. was Rotten Ronnie .. Daddy Bush .. not quite as bad but the damage was done .. economy in the tank .. .and you want to cry "Dems Dems" which is a joke .. was Ronnie pushing for spending and the Red Team .. and the Dems went along .. no lack of love for spending from them .. either. but the Policy in general .. driven by the Bully Pulpit .. lest Dems have Both houses .. in which case that power is significantly muted.. but that wasn't the case .. least not for very long if at all.

    Ronnie was princess with credit card .. outsourced our manufacturing sector .. Big deficit .. Big Spending .. Drug War .. Just a disaster on all fronts .. Trickle down was a disaster.. or what ever you wish to call his policy .. and the history books have been written.
     
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    You'll never manage to equate the consequences of electing Biden and Trump.

    If he had gotten a second term, the US would be becoming a second Russia.
     
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    Many Conservatives say that, but it doesn't mean anything.

    If Trump wins the nomination a second time, it means that a majority of Republicans prefer cultism and authoritarianism to a more moderate candidate.

    And like every other Republican on the forum, you'll find a reason to vote for him again in 2024.
     
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    No, that doesn't answer my question.

    Which was: why are 18 and 20 of the poorest states red?

    When you find the REAL ANSWER, you will also know why 16 of the richest states are blue.
     

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