During President Joe Biden’s tenure in the White House, the approval numbers for his administration, according to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, have not been lower and the disapproval numbers have not been higher than currently.
Biden's net approval rating – the gap between approve and disapprove – is at a new record low. pic.twitter.com/Gykvfiy7CH
— Tommy Pigott (@TommyPigott) June 26, 2022
That is closing in on a 20-point negative spread for the administration in an average of polls.
Biden disapproval in RCP Average over 56% for first time. pic.twitter.com/iIC4DWVZyb
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) June 25, 2022
Joe Biden’s net Approval hits ALL TIME LOW in 538 and Real Clear Politics average of polls — 7 POINTS LOWER than Trump's at this point in office and 8 POINTS LOWER than on the eve of 2021 VA and NJ elections
538: 39.2/55.4 (-16.2)
RCP: 39.6/56.1 (-16.5) pic.twitter.com/eaVTWtWjLq
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) June 23, 2022
It will be impossible for Democrats to ignore an average of polls showing disapproval numbers more than 17 points above approval numbers (which are below 40 percent). The Midterm Elections are just more than four months away.
The left will assuredly attempt to make the midterms about anything and everything other than their own failures on the economy, securing the border, and other issues; but these numbers indicate just how much of an uphill climb selling that message to Americans who are living the reality of such policies will be for Democrats.