Fifty-one percent of independents say President Joe Biden’s economy is very bad, while two percent of independents said it is very good, a Wednesday Civiqs poll revealed.
The Civiqs poll averaged 759,856 responses tracked between January 15, 2015 — September 20, 2020. The Civiqs tracking model captures the shifts in attitudes of various groups over time across all 50 states and Washington, DC. These changes may occur rapidly or gradually.
Overall, the survey showed only 20 percent said Biden’s economy is very good to fairly good, while 77 percent said it was very bad to fairly bad. Four percent were unsure.
Only 16 percent of independents said the direction of Biden’s America is on the right track. Sixty-five per cent said it’s getting worse. It is roughly the same for fifteen percent.
Joe Biden calls Americans Who Are Angry About Inflation to Remind Them “A Check for Eight Grand” pic.twitter.com/fGnpQ0RpEU
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In the last year, more than two million migrants have been encountered at the southern border. Fentanyl has become the greatest killer among 18 to 45 year olds. Inflation has soared to a 40-year high.
Gas prices have increased to all-time record highs. Weekly wages have shrunk. Supply chain woes have persisted. And the deadly Afghan withdrawal deeply embarrassed the nation.
According to Civiqs, only 28% of Independents approve of Biden. Sixty-one percent disapprove.
In every single state, Biden’s approval is underwater among independents, including (27-62 percent), Georgia (28-59 percent), Michigan (23-69 percent), Nevada (26-65 percent), Pennsylvania (31-59 percent), and Wisconsin (32-59 percent).
Biden’s terrible polling in swing states among independents does not bode well for the Democrats hopes of retaining control of the Senate and House. For future elections, the swing state approval ratings for President Barack Obama are a bellwether.
Fifty-six percent of Americans say President Joe Biden’s 40-year-high inflation has caused them hardship, up from 49 percent in January and 45 percent in November, a Gallup poll found this week. https://t.co/5axxAh8o9s
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Although it’s likely the Republicans will retain the House, the Senate seems more open to question. In Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nevada, the margin of error is within their respective races. The Republican candidate for Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Ohio still have the lead. However, in Arizona, Trump-endorsed Blake Masters trails Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) in polls.
Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) directed Super PAC on Tuesday canceled $9.6 million in support of Masters. Instead, the fund sent the money to New Hampshire and Nevada.
Follow Wendell Husebø on Twitter @WendellHusebø. He is the author of Politics of Slave Morality.
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