Roll Call: Why Joe Biden’s Approval Rating Is Unlikely To Rebound Before The Midterms

No, there probably isn’t still time to turn this around.

Roll Call:

“ANALYSIS — President Joe Biden’s weak political standing looks like cement around the feet of the Democratic majorities in Congress. And even though the 2022 midterm elections are still more than 9 months away, history tells us Biden’s job rating isn’t likely to improve and more likely will deteriorate before Election Day.

NBC News was the latest media entity to drop some bad news on the Democrats. According to its latest bipartisan poll, conducted Jan. 14-18, Biden’s job approval rating stood at 43 percent approve and 54 percent disapprove. A stunning 72 percent of respondents believed the country is on the wrong track, while 22 percent said it’s headed in the right direction. …

Looking back more than 70 years, there hasn’t been a single president who substantially improved his job approval rating from late January/early February of a midterm election year to late October/early November, according to Gallup’s rich polling archive. …”

The die has been cast.

The death of “our democracy” is highly probable.

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    • Jews will more heavily weight their portfolio to the republican sector while still maintaining modest exposure to democrats. This leverage over republicans will increase pressure to re-deploy the republican base under the bus.

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