According to a Civiqs poll released on Wednesday, 2% of independents believe President Joe Biden’s economy is very good, while 51% believe it is very bad.
A total of 759,856 people responded on average to the Civiqs survey between January 15, 2015, and September 20, 2020. The Civiqs monitoring model tracks how different groups’ attitudes change over time in all 50 states and in Washington, DC. These changes may occur quickly or gradually.
Only 20% of those polled overall believed Biden’s economy to be very good to moderately good, while 77% believed it to be very terrible to fairly bad. 4% of respondents weren’t sure.
Only 16% of independents said that Biden’s America was headed in the right direction. In 65% of respondents, the situation is becoming worse. 15% of respondents answered it is roughly the same.
At the southern border, more than two million immigrants have been seen over the past year. The most lethal drug for people between the ages of 18 and 45 is now fentanyl. A 40-year peak has been reached for inflation.
The cost of gas has reached all-time highs. Weekly pay has decreased. Issues with the supply chain have continued. And the nation was extremely ashamed of the disastrous Afghan pullout.
Only 28% of independents, according to Civiqs, support Biden. Sixty-one percent are against him.
Biden’s support among independents is at an all-time low in every state, including (27-62%) in Georgia (28-59%), Michigan (23-69%), Nevada (26-65%), Pennsylvania (31-59%) and Wisconsin (32-59 percent).
Biden’s dismal independent polling in battleground states does not augur very well for the Democrats’ aspirations of keeping hold of the House and Senate. Election outcomes in swing states are predicted by the president’s popularity ratings there.
Republicans are still poised to take back the House, but the Senate is more evenly contested. The margin of error for races in PA, Wisconsin, and Nevada has shrunk. Republican candidates continue to lead in Florida, N.C., Ohio, and GA. But in Arizona, Sen. Mark Kelly is far ahead in the polls over Trump-endorsed Blake Masters (D-AZ).
On Tuesday, Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) directed Super PAC revoked $9.6 million in backing for Masters. The money was instead sent by the fund to Nevada, Georgia, and NH.