Source: Jack Murphy
A CNN poll has revealed only two percent of Americans think the United States is doing “very well” under Joe Biden, another sign voters are starting to realize he is not up to the job.
“How well are things going in the country today?” CNN asked respondents.
- 2 percent said, “very well”
- 29 percent said, “fairly well”
- 45 percent said “pretty bad”
- 24 percent said “very badly”
When the net answers are combined, 69 percent said “pretty/very badly,” while 31 percent said “very/fairly well”– a 37 percent difference.
When Donald Trump was in office in January 2020, 21 percent of Americans said United States was doing very well.
The numbers for specific issues don’t improve for Biden.
- 77 percent are worried about the economy in 2021
- 58 percent were worried about it in 2020
- 57 percent in 2021 are worried about crime
- 37 percent were worried about crime in 2020
Concerns about the coronavirus have risen since Trump was president, now 70 percent are worried about the virus compared to 60 percent in 2020.
The poll also asked respondents:
“What one issue do you feel is the most important issue facing the country today?”
- COVID-19 ranked first at 36 percent
- The economy at 20 percent
- Immigration at 9 percent
- Afghanistan at 5 percent
Meanwhile, Biden’s approval rating has plummeted to record lows, crashing to just 39%, the latest polling data has revealed.
According to a new Economist/YouGov survey published Wednesday, Biden has now reached his lowest approval level since he was sworn into office.
While only 39 percent of voters approve of Biden’s job performance, a staggering 49 percent disapprove.
The shift marks a drop of six points in just one week.
A strategist told Politico:
When Biden was elected, it was supposed to be, ‘Oh, the adults are back in the room to take charge. It turns out, we can’t do anything. Any Democratic strategist who thinks this is not going to impact the midterms or impact Biden being reelected, clearly they don’t know what the f— they’re talking about.