Biden’s Approval Rating Crisis: New Poll Unleashes Shockwaves

Biden's Approval Rating Crisis: New Poll Unleashes Shockwaves, 2024 Candidacy at Stake?
Biden's Approval Rating Crisis: New Poll Unleashes Shockwaves, 2024 Candidacy at Stake?
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In a striking testament to the faltering Biden administration, a recent CNN poll has revealed a dramatic plunge in President Joe Biden’s approval rating, hitting a record low in November and amplifying concerns about his chances in the 2024 election. The numbers paint a stark picture of a presidency in decline:

  • November 2023: 37%
  • October 2023: 39%
  • August 2023: 39%
  • July 2023: 41%
  • December 2022: 46%
  • June 2022: 38%
  • October 2021: 50%
  • March 2021: 51%

This downward trajectory is most evident in Biden’s handling of the economy, the critical issue for voters, where his approval rating has nosedived to a near-presidential low of 33% in November:

  • November 2023: 33%
  • October 2023: 36%
  • May 2023: 34%
  • December 2022: 36%
  • June 2022: 30%
  • December 2021: 45%
  • March 2021: 49%

The poll, conducted from November 1-30, 2023, surveyed 1,795 respondents and has a margin of error of ±3.2 percent.

In a revealing admission, Biden indicated his decision to run for reelection is primarily driven by the candidacy of former President Donald Trump, confessing, “If Trump wasn’t running, I’m not sure I’d be running.” His statement underscores a desperate bid to prevent a Trump victory, highlighting the lack of confidence within his own party.

Concerns within the Democratic ranks are growing, with figures like former Senior White House Adviser David Axelrod questioning whether Biden’s candidacy is in the best interest of the country, given his age and dismal poll numbers. “If he continues to run, he will be the nominee of the Democratic Party. What he needs to decide is whether that is wise,” Axelrod remarked.

Additional polls reinforce the troubling outlook for Biden:

  • NBC News reports Biden’s approval hitting its lowest since taking office.
  • Quinnipiac University finds a majority of voters disapproving of Biden’s stewardship of the economy, crucial for the 2024 election.
  • Bloomberg News/Morning Consult shows Trump leading Biden in six of seven key swing states.
  • CNN reveals Trump’s three-point lead over Biden among “men of color” voters.

The data not only highlights Biden’s waning popularity but also underscores a potential resurgence of Trump, whose policies and leadership style continue to resonate with a significant segment of the electorate. As Biden’s ratings continue their downward spiral, the stage is set for what could be a momentous political showdown in 2024.

Next News Network Team

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