To say that Donald Trump is more popular than Joe Biden is as obvious as saying the Pope is Catholic.
There’s no question who most of the American public prefers to run the country as it becomes ever so apparent that Joe Biden’s policies simply are not cutting it.
According to the most recent polling data from Politico, Former President Donald Trump trounces Joe Biden in favorability as the U.S. takes a brutal turn for the worst.
While more voters defined themselves as Democrats by three percentage points (24%-21%), the poll revealed Trump has a greater favorability rating among voters than Biden. Trump holds 42% favorability, while the current president has sunk to 41%, down more than six points since last year.
Furthermore, Biden’s disapproval rating is greater than Trump’s. Fifty-seven percent of voters hold a negative view of Biden, while Trump’s negative favorability rating is two points better at 56%.
The former president’s favorability rating is also greater than Vice President Kamala Harris (40%), Sen. Chuck Schumer (26%), Rep. Nancy Pelosi (32%), and Sen. Mitch McConnell (20%).
Biden’s favorability rating has sunk in recent months. In April, the president’s favorability was 45%, while Trump’s was 41%, a four point spread. In December, Biden’s approval rating was 46%. Trump’s was 44%. In October, the former’s favorability was 47%, while the latter was at 43%.
Biden’s favorability has decreased as inflation has become a growing national issue.
According to the Republican State Leadership Committee’s poll released on Wednesday, the most important issues to Americans are: high cost of living/inflation: 37%, economy in general: 16%, crime/violence: 9%, abortion: 8%, environment/climate change: 7%, guns: 7%.
The president’s overall approval rating was marked at 39% with only 16% strongly approving. Politico’s mark of Biden’s approval rating is higher than other polls. On Sunday, Civiqs’ rolling average put it at 32%, matching an all-time low.
The Politico poll also revealed that only 22% of voters say the nation is on the right track. Seventy-eight said it is on the wrong track.
The poll sampled 2004 voters from June 24-26 with a 2 point margin of error.
Biden has previously explained away his poor approval ratings and continues to insist his policies are creating a stronger, more robust, and diverse America.
Apparently, delusion fuels America’s oldest President as he oversees multiple catastrophic disasters.
Author: Vasily Ivanov