New poll reveals only 13% of Americans believe the country is on the right track
Nearly 2/3rds of democrats don’t want Biden to run again in 2024, a recent New York Times and Siena poll shows. Only 33% of voters approve of Biden’s performance and just 13% think the country is on the right track. Forty-five percent of the 849 registered voters polled strongly disapproved of the job he is doing. Astronomical inflation is bringing down American’s standard of living across the board, exemplified by inescapable surging housing, food and fuel prices. Gasoline alone has risen 50% during the last year.
The resolutely hard-left New York Times headlined its coverage with these words: “With the country gripped by a pervasive sense of pessimism, the president is hemorrhaging support.” That bit of honesty rates a “WOW” on the truthometer.
Republicans will surely benefit by this substandard evaluation, though we must unify behind a conservative who clearly differentiates himself from the current occupant of the White House and is young enough to effectively run for a second term.
Primarily known for exploiting her feeble husband to satisfy her desire to be First Lady, Jill Biden showcased her own shortcomings Monday while speaking at the 2022 UnidosUS Annual Conference titled “Siempre Adelante: Our Quest for Equity” in Texas. Jill Biden, hurling a verbal lead balloon, actually described the local Hispanic community by stating it was as “unique” as the “breakfast tacos in San Antonio.”
Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs, (R-CD-5), a highly regarded conservative, tweeted a clip of the video noting, “No wonder Hispanics are fleeing the Democratic Party!”