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New poll “makes for brutal reading for the president”

by | Feb 16, 2022

By Dave Andrusko

You do have to wonder if there is point at which President Biden’s job approval ratings have hit rock bottom. Judging by a survey released yesterday by Civiqs, clearly the answer is not yet. 

In a survey taken by Civiqs, whose results skew Democratic, “Joe Biden’s approval rating [is] underwater with voters in all but four states: Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Vermont,” writes Charles C.W. Cooke. “In none of these four states does Biden’s approval rating hit 50%.”

Actually, Cooke was, if anything, easy on President Biden when he wrote “The poll makes brutal reading for the president.” 

Among independents, his approve-disapprove rating is 22-67. Among Republicans, it is 2-96. Among Democrats, it is 72-13. There is no age group that approves of him (he is most unpopular among 18-34 year-olds, with a 26-59 approve-disapprove). There is no education level that approves of him, with even postgraduates disapproving 39-51. And, while he does better with women (39-50) than men (29-64), neither seem to like him much. As for Hispanics, the slide continues apace; Biden is at 43-45.

A clean sweep. Even the kids [18-34] disapprove and, for that matter, “There is no education level that approves of him, with even postgraduates disapproving 39-51”. 

Hold on to your hats. My guess is President Biden’s support will drop even further.

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