Biden’s Approval Tanks: Key Demographics Abandon Ship!

In yet another alarming poll for President Joe Biden, it has become clear that he is losing support from young people as well as other key demographics. A recent Fox News poll showed that only 40 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance, while a whopping 59 percent disapprove. The disapproval rating is even higher among men, voters under 45, Hispanic voters, and those with a college degree. It’s truly concerning how Biden is failing to resonate with these important groups.

In the 2020 election, Biden was able to secure a victory partly due to his popularity among young voters. According to Pew Research, 59 percent of voters under 30 favored Biden. He also made gains among men compared to Hillary Clinton in 2016, with 48 percent of men voting for him. Additionally, Biden had strong support from Hispanic voters, college-educated individuals, and black voters. However, these numbers are not translating into continued support for the president.

Not long after the election, the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) released research highlighting the role of young people in increasing voter turnout and leading Biden to victory. But now, it seems like Biden is losing touch with this crucial voting bloc.

A recent piece by Fox News underscored Biden’s polling deficit compared to former President Barack Obama in 2011. While some may argue that polls are not always predictive, they do serve as a warning sign for the Biden campaign. As Republican pollster Neil Newhouse pointed out, Biden simply does not possess the same campaigning and communication skills as Obama. The Biden campaign should not ignore these polls at their own peril.

It’s worth mentioning that despite the advantage Republicans have on key issues over Democrats, there is a concern that they could still somehow mess this up. However, this does not detract from the fact that the polls look hideous for Biden right now.

When comparing Biden’s numbers to Obama’s in 2011, it becomes even more evident that the current president is in trouble. Biden trails former President Donald Trump by larger margins compared to Obama’s standings against Mitt Romney. While Obama had 44 percent support in a Fox News poll from December 2011, Biden is trailing with only 40 percent support. These numbers do not bode well for the president’s re-election prospects.

The Biden campaign is attempting to downplay these polls and draw comparisons to Obama’s situation in 2011. However, it’s important to remember that Obama’s deficit was not as troublesome as what Biden currently faces. The Biden campaign’s reliance on past examples may not be enough to overcome the challenges he is currently up against.

In conclusion, there is no denying that Biden is facing significant obstacles when it comes to his approval ratings among young people and other key demographics. While it’s true that a lot could still change between now and the 2024 election, Biden’s current numbers are far from where he wants them to be. Pointing to past years won’t magically solve his problems. The Biden campaign needs to address these issues head-on if they want any chance of success in the future.

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