51% of Independents Say Joe Biden’s Economy Is Very Bad

Fifty-one percent of independents say President Joe Biden’s economy is very bad, while two percent of independents said it is very good, a Civiqs poll showed Wednesday.

The Civiqs survey returned an average of 759,856 responses collected between January 15, 2015 and September 20, 2020. The Civiqs tracking model captures changes in attitudes of different groups over time in all 50 states and Washington, DC. These changes can happen either quickly or over time.

Overall, the poll showed that just 20 percent said Biden’s economy was very good to fairly good, while 77 percent said it was very bad to fairly bad. Four percent were unsure.

Just 16 percent of independents said Biden’s America direction is on the right track. Sixty-five percent is getting worse. Fifteen percent said it was about the same.

More than two million migrants were encountered at the southern border last year. Fentanyl has become the biggest killer among 18-45 year olds. Inflation has risen to a 40-year high.

Gas prices have risen to record highs. Weekly wages have shrunk. Supply chain problems persist. And the deadly Afghan withdrawal deeply embarrassed the nation.

Among independents, Civiqs found only 28 percent support for Biden. 61 percent reject this.

In every single state, Biden’s approval has plummeted among independents, including (27-62 percent), Georgia (28-59 percent), Michigan (23-69 percent), Nevada (26-65 percent), Pennsylvania (31-59 percent) . ) and Wisconsin (32-59 percent).

Biden’s dreadful polls in swing states among independents bode ill for Democrats’ hopes of retaining control of the Senate and House of Representatives. Presidential approval ratings in swing states provide guidance for future elections.

It remains likely that Republicans will win back the House of Representatives, but the Senate is more of a tossup. The races in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Nevada have tightened within the margin of error. Republican candidates still lead in Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. But in Arizona, Trump-backed Blake Masters trails far behind Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ) in the polls.

Sen. Mitch McConnells (R-KY) headed Super PAC on Tuesday, canceled $9.6 million in support of Masters. The fund sent the money to New Hampshire, Georgia and Nevada instead.

Keep following Wendell Husebø Twitter @WendellHusebo. He is the author of Politics of Slave Morality.

https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2022/09/21/poll-51-of-independents-say-joe-bidens-economy-is-very-bad/ 51% of Independents Say Joe Biden’s Economy Is Very Bad


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