Poll Watch: Anyone But Brandon

FOX News still has Joe Biden underwater at 47% (he consistently does better in this poll), but perceptions of his handling of both COVID and the economy have slipped over the past month. 60% of voters would vote for someone else today while only 36% would vote for Joe Biden.

FOX News:

“The president’s job rating has been underwater since October and that still holds true: 47% approve and 52% disapprove. …

The percentage saying the pandemic is “not at all” under control jumped 13 points since last month, from 28 to 41%. Nearly three quarters (72%) remain concerned about coronavirus. …

Seventy-three percent of voters say economic conditions are only fair or poor, up from 66% last December. …”

Every poll says the same thing.

The public is angry about inflation and blames Brandon for it.

This is a huge disappointment for the rise of the “pro-democracy media.”

FOX News:

“There is no clear party advantage on protecting American democracy (Democrats +2). …

That all leads to a split matchup: By a one-point margin, voters favor the Republican candidate in their congressional district over the Democratic candidate (44-43%). Last month, Republicans were favored by four points. …”

The public isn’t impressed.

Democrats are inside the margin of error on protecting American democracy. In addition to dumping Joe Biden, the public wants to hand control of Congress to the Republicans.

A few days ago, Chuck Todd said the NBC poll was coming out this weekend. The latest NBC poll is worse for Joe Biden than the FOX News poll.

NBC Narratives:

“WASHINGTON — Overwhelming majorities of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, that their household income is falling behind the cost of living, that political polarization will only continue and that there’s a real threat to the nation’s democracy and majority rule. …

And when Americans were asked to describe where they believe America is today, the top answers were “downhill,” “divisive,” “negative,” “struggling,” “lost” and “bad.” …

“There is nothing but flashing red flights and warning signs for Democrats,” said McInturff, the Republican pollster. …

According to the poll, 72 percent of Americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction — essentially unchanged from the 71 percent who held this view in October’s NBC News poll.

It marks just the sixth time in the poll’s history when 70 percent or more have said the nation is on the wrong track in back-to-back surveys. …

But Republicans enjoy a double-digit advance on enthusiasm ahead of November’s elections, with 61 percent of Republicans saying they are very interested in the upcoming midterms — registering their interest either as a 9 or 10 on a 10-point scale — compared with 47 percent of Democrats who say the same. …

Additionally, overall enthusiasm for the upcoming midterms is down from 59 percent who indicated a high level of interest in October, to 51 percent in this most recent poll.

And some of the biggest drops have come from key segments of the Democratic base, including Black voters, young voters and urban voters. …”

Democrats are divided, demoralized and tuning out.

Republicans are fired up and chomping at the bit to own the libs. 72% of the public believes the country is on the wrong track which is a reliable indicator that a throw the bums out election is ahead.

Note: In light of all this, I have repeatedly said that we should run some of our own candidates in state and local elections, especially people who can fly under the radar in Deep Red flyover country. The public is going to go to the polls and vote “Let’s Go Brandon.” It is going to be a huge kneejerk backlash election. The smart thing to do would be to ride the wave and capitalize on Joe Biden’s unpopularity.

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12 Comments

  1. Own people on the key points are most important. Entire collapse of Soviet system relied on the nationalist insiders. Those people provide inside information, derail worst legislation or sabotage it openly or covertly and when shit hit the fan, they are backbone of resistance .

    Or at least refuse to commit worst crimes and holding back others. Like our infamous tank commander Sergey Yevdokimov who refused to attack people and also explained others that commiting crimes is punishable.

    When system collapses , power is lying on the street and there is no alternative structure to pick it up, then the old guys reorganize and grab power back.

  2. “It is going to be a huge kneejerk backlash election. The smart thing to do would be to ride the wave and capitalize on Joe Biden’s unpopularity”:

    The easy way, that appeals to opportunists, is to ride the backlash wave of opportunity. Some very limited, temporary populist reforms might be achieved by those who work within the system. But I doubt it.

    No real and good change can happen until the population has been educated sufficiently to develop a clear class consciousness and understanding of the nature of the present system and of the existence of the alternative to the present system. However, even with such good education (effective counter-propaganda to the propaganda of the system) the super-wealthy elites that run the system are still very strong and the system is still very stable and almost impervious to expression of common people’s will. When change comes to the imperial “homeland” it will probably come not by education but by a greater outside force or an act of God.

    • You’re getting close. Money = Power. Now, here’s a question for you. What is money? Lagan defined it pretty well. So it does really boil down to Lenin’s dictum: Who? Whom? As for voting, Stalin already spilled the beans on that one: Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count them decide everything. That was right in front of your lying eyes in 2020, and it’s being going on for decades running.

  3. The grounds for disliking Joe Biden are endless and justified. However, I honestly believe that no small part of the “dump Biden” push is due to Hillary. She is as power mad as ever. She has never gotten over her loss to Trump. She knows that Trump will be running in two years. She wants revenge, pure and simple — and she wants power.

    So who is supporting her? The usual suspects, who see her (correctly) as a reliable interventionist. Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal turned these people against him, so they’re ready to replace him with Hillary.

  4. Solution to the problem:

    “President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela has announced that he will be appointing a new US president in the near future, one that will be acceptable to Venezuela.”

    If only!!!

  5. After the currently enraged, vengeful MAGAtards inundate the polls in a Red tidal wave later this year, they’ll do exactly what they always do: joyously celebrate their “triumph” over the Them Damn Libruls – then go right back to contented sleep. Just as they did for 4 worthless years of their god Dump.

    Nothing changes until the morons at long last understand that politics is no simple team sport. Working/middle class Whites HAVE NO team. The kikes, race traitors, faggots & mud monkeys do, not us. The feet of GOP whores must be held continually to the fire; they must be made to pay the price for betrayal of the people who put their worthless, sellout asses in power. They never have been yet.

    That said, the idea of AWAKENED Whites running for local/state office is a good one. If smart, youngish, serious types can’t make hay in an ideal moment like this…

  6. Fuentes has been posting unicorn riot’s doxxing information of Patriot Front members, and laughs about it.

    At this point, I think it would be hilarious, if Fuentes joined the other 1/6 MAGAtards in the Washington, DC gulag.

  7. @Hunter Wallace

    “I have no idea why so many people continue to be attracted to these types.”

    Because these characters seem to be “doing something.” They’re always in action, butting heads with the “system.” Or being iconoclastic. Or hauled into court. People like the appearance of action, even when nothing is actually getting done. As they called it at FAEM, it’s the non-movement movement.

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