While Joe Biden continues to push through the most radical agenda America has ever seen, his party is starting to learn that the President’s actions could make or break them come the midterms.
No doubt Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are trying to plan out Biden’s every move, so it paints Democrats in a good light.
But this recently released report has Joe Biden and his Democrat allies very nervous.
History shows that a President’s approval rating is an excellent indicator of how many seats his party will give up in a midterm election.
And after this last report, it’s not looking good for the Democrats.
Biden’s most recent approval ratings have tanked.
The disaster at the border, surge in crime, impending tyrannical COVID-related lockdowns, record-high inflation, and massive push for a radical socialist agenda all appear to have contributed to Biden’s drop in favorability among American voters.
And let’s not forget that there are still nine million jobs open at last report because Democrats won’t end enhanced unemployment.
Biden has destroyed the U.S. economy in just the first few months of his term.
To add to the disaster that is the Biden White House, Democrats continue to bungle COVID messaging.
First masks weren’t needed – now they’re needed again.
The vaccine would be the answer to all the COVID problems, now they’re not so sure it is enough.
The American people have lost trust in this current administration and the Democrats that currently run Congress.
According to a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll, Biden’s approval numbers dropped 10 points in just a month.
In a recent report about the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll by The Hill, Americans are growing more and more concerned about the country’s state.
The percentage of respondents who say that the country is on the right track fell to 46 percent last month after peaking at 53 percent in June, according to Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll. The percentage who believe the country is on the wrong track simultaneously rose to 47 percent after dropping to 39 percent in June.
Optimism about the U.S. economy fared even worse in the poll, with the number of respondents who say it’s on the right track falling to 43 percent from 49 percent in June. Forty-nine percent now say the economy is on the wrong track, up from 42 percent in June.
None of this looks good for the Democrats’ chances of holding on to control of Congress in 2022.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are likely very nervous right about now.
Unfortunately, it’s still early, and Americans tend to have short-term memories.
If Democrats can turn it around before next year, many voters will likely forget all about the fiasco that 2021 has been.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.