Biden’s Approval Continues To Sink–56% Say Country Is Heading In The Wrong Direction

It is no longer an “outlier” that Joe Biden’s poll numbers are low.

Even the left-wing polls that oversampled support for Biden are showing he is in trouble.

According to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, Biden’s approval is only 43%.

This is down 5 points from September.

56% say that America is heading in the wrong direction.

From The Hill:

President Bidens’s approval rating is plunging deeper underwater as voters’ confidence in the U.S. economy and the overall direction of the country wanes, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll released exclusively to The Hill.

The poll, conducted from Oct. 26-28, found that 43 percent of voters approve of the job Biden’s doing in the White House, down 5 points from a survey conducted in September. Meanwhile, 51 percent say they disapprove of the president’s job performance. Another 6 percent say they aren’t sure.

While the pandemic appears to be waning once again, Biden’s approval rating has yet to recover. Fifty-six percent of voters now say that the country is on the wrong track. Additionally, 57 percent say they believe the strength of the U.S. economy is decreasing, according to the Harvard CAPS/Harris poll.

The poll also found that a plurality of respondents — 37 percent — say their personal financial situation is getting worse. Earlier this year, the percentage of those who said their financial situation was improving was on the rise.

The GOP needs to wake up and ensure that 2022 is a secure election.

With these poll numbers, the Democrats should lose and lose big.

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