The results of a poll conducted by Civiqs and made public on Wednesday indicate that only 2% of independents believe that President Joe Biden's economy is very strong, while 51% believe that it is very terrible.
During the period beginning January 15, 2015 and ending September 20, 2020, an average of 759,856 individuals participated in the Civiqs survey. The Civiqs monitoring model follows the shifts in attitude held by various groups over the course of time in all 50 states and in the District of Columbia. These shifts might happen suddenly or over a longer period of time.
Only 20% of those polled overall regarded Biden's economy to be very good to moderately good, while 77% believed it to be extremely horrible to pretty bad. This finding suggests that Biden's economic policies are not popular. 4% of those who responded stated that they were unsure.
Only 16% of independent voters believed that Joe Biden was taking the country in the correct path. The situation is becoming worse for 65 percent of those who responded. 15% of people who were asked provided the response that it is nearly the same.
Over the course of the last year, over two million people have been counted as having crossed the southern border. Fentanyl is now the substance that is the most likely to result in death for users between the ages of 18 and 45. The rate of inflation has now hit its highest point in the past four decades.
The price of gasoline has hit an all-time high in recent weeks. The amount paid each week has been reduced. There have been continuing problems with the supply chain. And everyone in the country felt an immense amount of shame about the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
According to Civiqs's findings, Biden has the backing of only 28% of independents. Sixty-one percent of people are opposed to him.
The percentage of independent voters who back Biden is at an all-time low across the board, including in the states of Georgia (27-62%), Michigan (23-69%), Nevada (26-65%), Pennsylvania (31-59%), and Wisconsin (32-59 percent).
The dismal results of independent polls conducted in states that will decide the election for President Biden do not bode well for the Democratic Party's hopes of retaining control of the House and Senate. The popularity of the president in a state's electorate can provide insight into the outcome of that state's election.
However, the race for control of the Senate is shaping out to be much closer than that of the House of Representatives. The election results in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nevada all have a smaller margin of error now. In the states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, and Georgia, Republican candidates continue to hold the advantage. However, Sen. Mark Kelly has a significant lead in the polls in Arizona over Trump's endorsed candidate, Blake Masters (D-AZ).
On Tuesday, the Super PAC that is run by Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) withdrew $9.6 million in financial support for Masters. Instead, the fund disbursed the money to the states of Nevada, Georgia, and New Hampshire.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.