Gloomy Landscape for Democrats in Midterms as Biden Approval Plunges to 38%

Gloomy Landscape for Democrats in Midterms as Biden Approval Plunges to 38%

The New Republic had the audacity to suggest three months ago that Democrats might gain seats in next year’s midterms.

Since then, liberal activists have seen numerous signs that the first midterm of the Biden presidency will be a disappointment.

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It’s unclear if Democrats still have their heads buried in the proverbial sand, but polls like this aren’t a good sign for the party.

As the NRSC explains:

Officially at the one-year mark until the and President Biden and the Democrats are Republicans’ biggest asset.

A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll shows that Biden’s job approval is underwater by over 20 points, standing at 38%-59%. Vice President (aka the Border Crisis Czar) is in even worse shape, with only 28% of Americans approving of the job she’s doing and 51% disapproving.

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Biden’s abysmal failures in Afghanistan and the border – and his decision to allow the radical-Left wing of the Democrat Party to control the Party’s agenda – has led American voters to reject him and his party’s leadership. Meanwhile, Republicans lead by eight points in the general congressional ballot. If the election were held today, 46% of those surveyed would vote for a Republican congressional candidate while 38% would choose a Democrat one.

With numbers this low, will vulnerable Senate Democrats like Maggie Hassan, Michael Bennet, Raphael Warnock, Catherine Cortez Masto, and Mark Kelly continue to support Biden’s unpopular, radical agenda?

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