Bloodbath: Dreadful Numbers for Biden, Democrats in New WSJ Poll
Guy Benson – Townhall
brand new Wall Street Journal survey of Americans, which was in the field in early March, after the State of the Union Address. The news it contains is more or less uniformly bad-to-terrible for President Biden and the Democratic Party, starting with Biden’s job approval and favorability ratings.
He’s underwater by 15 points on the former metric (42/57), virtually unchanged from last November, when pro-Republican swings flipped the governorship in bluer Virginia — and came surprisingly close to doing the same in bluer New Jersey. His personal favorability has also eroded over the ensuing months, dropping from (-11) to (-15). Neither political party is popular, but the ruling party is less popular than the GOP (-7) versus (-15), respectively. And the American people appear poised to make some changes,
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