The problems keep mounting up for Joe Biden.
He’s facing an impeachment inquiry in the House, a border crisis at home, and a war in Ukraine and the Middle East.
But Joe Biden turned pale when he saw this number sitting at a four-year low.
Joe Biden has been hit with a string of bad polls in recent weeks.
A comprehensive Morning Consult-Bloomberg News poll taken October 5 through 10 found Donald Trump leading Joe Biden in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup in five of the seven key swing states.
Trump is leading Biden in the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
The two are deadlocked in Michigan and Biden only leads Trump in Nevada.
A recent Harvard / Harris poll showed the top three issues facing voters right now are inflation, immigration, and jobs.
32 percent of voters said inflation was the top issue, followed by immigration (27 percent) and the economy and jobs (24 percent).
And on all three issues, the poll found Biden underwater.
But Biden received news on Wednesday of another alarming poll conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI).
The poll found Joe Biden’s favorability rating at a four-year low.
A whopping 60% of voters hold an unfavorable view of Biden, compared to just 37% who view him favorably.
“Only 37 percent of Americans hold a favorable view of Biden, while 60 percent hold an unfavorable view, marking his worse unfavorable rating dating back to 2019,” Breitbart News reported. “During the 2020 election cycle, the pollster found Biden’s favorability rating slightly fell from 42 percent in October 2019,” Breitbart continued. “His highest favorability was 55 percent after he assumed office.”
Joe Biden has a lot of obstacles piling up on his road to re-election in 2024.
Polls have long shown that three fourths of Americans believe he is incapable of serving four more years in office.
The border crisis is growing worse than ever and is a severe threat to national security.
Crime is raging in Democrat cities across America.
The Middle East is on fire and Americans are concerned about World War III breaking out at any moment.
These are just a few of the problems Joe Biden must overcome if he wants to get re-elected to a second term.