Joe Biden’s approval rating just dropped again, just two weeks before his party is expected to take a beating in the midterms.
This does not bode well for the Democrats.
In 2010 and 2014, Obama’s approval rating was higher and Democrats still lost big time.
The Hill reports:
Biden job approval slips back to 40 percent: Gallup
President Biden’s approval rating slipped back to 40 percent in a new Gallup poll two weeks before the critical midterm elections that will determine which party will control Congress for the next two years.
The poll released Tuesday showed that Biden’s approval rating dropped 2 points from 42 percent approval in Gallup’s poll last month. The president’s approval rating has stayed between 40 and 42 percent for most of this year, except for when it fell to 38 percent in July and when it rose to 44 percent in August.
Pollsters also found that Biden’s disapproval rating is 56 percent, unchanged from last month and below the high of 59 percent disapproval that Gallup recorded in July.
Almost 40 percent of independents approve of Biden’s performance, up from 36 percent in recent months.
Biden completed his seventh quarter in office with an average of 42 percent approval, mostly in line with the rating that his recent predecessors have had at this point in their presidencies.
He is even lower in the Reuters/Ipsos poll:
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 25, 2022
He is effectively a drag on his party.
— The Hill (@thehill) October 19, 2022
Money isn’t going to cure a low 40s approval rating but it’s nice Biden is willing to light $18 mil on fire https://t.co/pKeu6xLDl2
— Jesse Hunt (@JJHunt10) October 25, 2022
His numbers will probably get even worse after the midterms.
The left and the media will turn on him if Democrats lose badly, which is now expected.