By: Konrad Holden
A USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll released on Sunday shows that 64% of Americans don’t want Biden to run for President in 2024. That number includes 28% of Democrats. As his approval ratings continue to decline, into the low 40s, the Biden administration continues to put their head in the sand and claim that the numbers are not important.
Americans do not like Joe Biden.
Everything he touches seems to disintegrate. And every time, it leads to even lower approval ratings.
A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll shows that almost 60% of Americans disapprove of the job he has done. Nearly two-thirds of the country doesn’t want him to run in 2024. And 46% say he has done a worse job than they expected.
Despite this, the Biden White House has continued to blame the poll numbers on something else.
President Biden himself said, “Even though we’ve created almost 6 million jobs since I came into office, we’re in a situation where people don’t, I mean they don’t feel it right now. They don’t feel it.” Biden admitted that people are worried and that gas prices are “exceedingly high.”
While he recognized those problems, he didn’t attribute them to his own policies.
Even worse are Vice President Kamala Harris’ poll numbers. Her approval rating is hovering at a low 28% with barely half of respondents saying she has done a good job.
These new poll numbers confirm what happened in the Nov. 2nd elections as Republicans and conservative causes brought home dozens of victories, including some major upsets in normally blue states.
“Well, look, the poll I saw just before I walked in, on another station, was my polling number is down, but it’s 48 percent to 52 percent. But look, the point is, I didn’t run because of the polls.” - President Joe Biden