Posted originally on the conservative tree house on November 14, 2021 | Sundance | 202 Comments
ABC always pairs with The Washington Post for their media polling [DATA pdf HERE]. It has always made sense for the deep swamp (DC Inc) to work with the intelligence PR firm of the Washington Post, as they attempt to prop up their politics. Unfortunately, the results of the latest outlook look terribly horrible for their future.
Why does George Stephanopoulos have a case of the sads… “As things stand, if the midterm elections were today, 51 percent of registered voters say they’d support the Republican candidate in their congressional district, 41 percent the Democrat. That’s the biggest lead for the Republicans in 110 ABC/Post polls to ask this question since November 1981.” The economic outcomes from JoeBama policy are again crushing Americans, as only 29% of voters view the economy as good.
70 percent of Americans say f**k Joe Biden, things are not good. The key factor is the economy. With inflation soaring, 70 percent say it’s in bad shape, up from 58 percent last spring. Joe Biden’s approval for handling the economy overall is down to 39 percent. Fifty-five percent now disapprove of Biden’s economic performance. In terms of Biden’s job performance overall, a new low of 41 percent approve, while 53 percent disapprove; similar to his rating on the economy.
The Biden economic agenda is purposefully destroying America with massive inflation that is crushing the middle class. While the majority of Americans do not know the specifics of how the JoeBama policy is doing this, everyone can see and feel the outcomes…. and it is only getting worse.
In the states of Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – Biden’s overall job approval rating is 33 percent, compared with 43 percent elsewhere. Registered voters in these states favor Republicans over Democrats for the House by a 23-point margin, 58-35 percent, vs 7 points, 49-42 percent, in the rest of the country. Independents, often swing voters in national elections, favor GOP candidates by 18 points (50-32 percent).