Well, for Joe Biden or his team, things are not going well… And if there’s one thing that all political analysts agree on, it’s that Joe Biden is in a slump.
And this isn’t a shock to anyone who’s been paying attention for the past 18 months.
Everyone can see Joe Biden is not fit to be president, He can’t fill the office, He isn’t suited for the role, and He doesn’t know where he is half the time.
With each new presidential poll released comes more bad news for Joe Biden.
For starters, and as it relates to the upcoming November election, Biden’s public approval rating has dropped to 36 percent this week, and 28 percent among independents, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.
But the latest one from Harvard CAPS/Harris, released on Monday, might just be the most troubling of all to the Biden and his team, wherein his Handlers get to the point they’ll chug whiskey from their coffee mug.
Harvard-Harris finds that 47 percent of Americans believe Joe Biden is “mentally fit to serve as President of the United States,” while 53 percent have “doubts about his fitness for office.” The numbers are 39-61 among independents. According to the poll, 62 percent of Americans believe Joe Biden is “showing he is too old to be President,” while 38 percent disagree. Among independents, those numbers are 72-28.
In a broader report by the Wayne Dupree:
Only 23% of Democrats say that if the 2024 primary were today, they vote for Joe Biden to be the Dem nominee for President.
63% of RV says Biden needs to be more fiscally responsible vs 37% who say he should continue to press for expansion of entitlements 74% support trying to reach a balanced budget
32% of RV say Biden should continue to block the Keystone pipeline vs 68% who say he should allow it 35% say Biden should keep his current energy policies vs 65% who say we need a slower transition from fossil fuels
67% of RV say President Biden is too far left on key issues
95% of RV say inflation is a serious issue for the country right now, and a huge plurality of 47% say Biden is to blame for inflation. Only 25% blame Putin.
84% of RV say they think inflation will stay high or go higher while only 16% believe it will “taper off”
73% of RV say that relaxing regulations on oil and gas drilling in the US will bring down inflation and provide relief for Americans… The level of agreement on these inflation questions is shockingly high.
If the court rolled back Roe v Wade entirely leaving all abortion laws to the states would you favor or oppose that change? 49% of RV say they would favor that 35% of Dems 65% of GOP 47% of independents Which would do the most to curb crime and violence? 48% say Tougher prosecutions and sentencing 31% say revamping mental health system 21% say added gun laws
Huge majority (76%) say the minimum age to purchase a gun should be raised from 18 to 21 58% favor re-imposing assault rifle ban but 52% say improved funding for mental health should be a higher priority than banning assault rifles
35% say we primarily need new gun laws vs 65% who say we primarily need tougher enforcement of existing gun law.
‘My name is Joe Biden.’ I’m a registered Democrat. I’m right. Everything will work out.’ That’s the mindset of this man.
He can’t do the job, he can’t form any more task forces because he already has several and none of them have done anything.
Biden has multiple domestic crises, and he hasn’t been able to solve one of them. It reinforces the idea that adults are powerless. The White House is a long-term care facility. And this administration’s walls are littered with gross incompetence. Gas prices are skyrocketing, inflation is wreaking havoc on American families, job growth is sluggish, and the economy shrank in the last quarter. It will shrink next quarter, indicating that we are now officially in a recession.
And with these numbers, I doubt he even runs for re-election. Majorities of Americans see Biden as too old and slow to be president. Well, It’s never a good thing when your party’s leader is thought to be mentally ill.