BELOW AVERAGE JOE: Biden Reelection Polling Average Worse Than Trump, Obama, Bush

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.22.24

According to a Breitbart News analysis of the RealClearPolitics polling averages, President Joe Biden’s reelection poll numbers are worse than former Presidents Trump, Obama, and Bush.

His approval rating is lower than the three previous presidents’ ratings in March during the fourth year of their first terms: Trump 44.3Obama 47.5Bush 50.1, Breitbart reports. Biden is at 40.3 percent, while 56.3 percent disapprove of the president.

A 50 percent or higher approval rating would make Joe a safe bet for reelection, but he’s far from it.

The Democrats have been losing voters to Donald Trump’s Republican Party. Trump has been making historic gains with Hispanic and Black voters.

From Breitbart News:

The dynamics of American politics are currently under realignment, upending the standard Democrat coalition from the 1960s, polling trends show. Democrat inroads specifically with black, Latino, and Asian voters deteriorated to the lowest point in 60 years. In turn, Hispanic and black men could vote for former President Donald Trump in proportions not seen in American politics since the 1950s.

“In 2020 the richest third of voters favoured the Dems for the first time, and the Republicans improved with the poorest,” Financial Times columnist and chief data reporter John Burn-Murdoch explained on X. “The GOP now appeals to working- and middle-class voters of all ethnicities.”

Trump appears to spur the realignment, forcing the Republican Party to identify with working-class taxpayers instead of woke big businesses, Patrick Ruffini, the cofounder of Echelon Insights, writes.

More over at Breitbart News:

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