There were certain years in the history of the United States when the majority of Americans did not necessarily consider politics to be their top priority. Petty partisan squabbles received significantly less attention and participation from citizens, who also did not appear to be as divided as they had been in the past.
Since then, the United States of America has suffered from a widespread malaise towards the office of the President, a once-respected position in society, as the political divide has grown wider and tensions have increased.
As an aside, a strategy that the left employs to spread dissension across the nation and prepare the United States for a socialist revolution is to sow mass division along political lines. This method is used to divide the nation along political lines.
However, it would appear that Joe Biden's presidency will be the ultimate straw that causes Americans to lose interest in politics for good. The United States has moved to the political left at a faster rate than it ever has before as a result of a string of political scandals and policies, both domestic and foreign, that have been disastrous. A noticeable decline in the quality of life for U.S. citizens has occurred concurrently with the leftward shift that has taken place in the United States.
According to Gallup's polling, popular faith in the presidency as an institution has suffered a major decline under President Joe Biden, the most significant loss since Barack Obama. This comes after trust in the president increased under President Donald Trump.
Confidence in the office of the president has dropped by 15 percentage points in just the past year alone as a direct result of the many entanglements that were caused by the administration of President Joe Biden.
The level of popular trust in the presidency was approximately 38 percent in the year when Biden was elected president. By January of 2022, it had dwindled down to 23 percent.
The 15 percent decrease is comparable to the dip in public trust that occurred during Obama's first year in office. In January of 2009, when President Obama was elected to office, the level of popular trust stood at 51%. In 2010, it was 36 percent, which was down from 15 percent in 2005.
Nevertheless, in a striking rebuke to the dominant narrative, the American people appeared to rebuild at least some trust in the president during Trump's first term in office. On the day that Donald Trump was elected president in January 2017, the level of public confidence stood at 32%. After his first year in office, it increased to 27 percent, and it remained at that level until he left office at 39 percent.
Remember that during his first term in office, Trump was subjected to a never-ending onslaught of criticism from every conceivable quarter. To bring down the Former President, both Democrats and Republicans in Washington, DC joined forces in an endeavor that is still active to this day.
To bring down the Former President, both Democrats and Republicans in Washington, DC joined forces in an endeavor that is still active to this day.
According to the most recent CIVIQS rolling job-approval average on July 3, President Joe Biden's approval rating is at an all-time low, with only 30 percent of people approving of his job performance and 58 percent disapproving of it. This puts Biden's approval rating below 50 percent in 48 states, including the typically red state of California and his home state of Delaware.
In reality, Sleepy Joe was a radical, insane, and completely controlled example of what passes for a politician, to say nothing of the fact that he was corrupt. Everyone thought that Sleepy Joe was a moderate grandpa.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.