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Biden Just Got Decked By A Double-Whammy – 2 Major Polls Show The President Dip Below 40%

Nearly a year Joe Biden’s approval has been terrible. Yet, to the shock of many, his administration has not tried to right this ship.

Instead, they waste time on “messaging.” A hopeless attempt at convincing us the problems hurting us don’t really exist.

But Americans aren’t convinced as Joe’s numbers have now crashed through the floor.

From Rasmussen Reports:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll… for Friday shows that 39% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. Fifty-nine percent (59%) disapprove.

And for the first time, Morning Consult has really bad news.

From Morning Consult:

The latest survey found that 58% of voters disapprove of Biden’s job performance and 39% approve. It marks the 46th president’s lowest approval rating and highest disapproval rating in 62 weekly surveys conducted since he took office in January 2021.

Well, it’s all bad news for old Joe. Rasmussen continues to show Biden failing, with 39% approval and 59% disapproval.

His index rating is -33, perhaps the worst we’ve seen from this poll.

Morning Consult (which leans left, like most polls) has worse news for Joe. First the first time in their polls, Biden as a 39% approval—and a 58% of disapproval.

I’m sure Democrats have been just wishing these numbers improved on their own. But they are learning that doing nothing doesn’t produce results.

Joe Biden’s administration continues to fall apart, as numerous staffers flee for lower-ranking jobs.

Biden, on the other hand, is popping up on interviews to gaslight the country. “Come on, man! The economy is great.”

Sorry, people aren’t buying that line. Especially when they break the bank just filling up their cars.

And that’s just the tip of this horrible iceberg.

The real shocker isn’t that 59% of Americans disapprove of him. It’s that there are still people, 39% or less, that actually approve.

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