(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) President Joe Biden’s already abysmal polling numbers took a major hit in a recent CNN poll, which suggests that two-thirds of Americans see the president’s potential 2024 reelection as a “setback” or worse for America.
2024. From new CNN poll: https://t.co/ty5tOMrcWM pic.twitter.com/vvqACQc49l
— Byron York (@ByronYork) May 26, 2023
CNN’s Jake Tapper went so far as to describe the news as “horrible” for the President and his reelection odds.
A mere 33% of the nation believes that the reelection of Biden would be a positive step forward for Americans, with 67% suggesting that it would be a “setback” or an outright “disaster” for the nation, Red State reported.
Biden’s approval rating is similarly low, coming in at a mere 35%.
A recent Fox News poll had an even more dire warning for Biden, with a whopping 48% of Americans claiming that Biden’s presidency is actively harming their family life.
Fox News Poll: Are President Biden's policies helping your family?
Helping — 20%
Hurting — 48%
Helping — 7%
Hurting — 57%https://t.co/4izU1sJFLu pic.twitter.com/go1u2YsxEw
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) May 25, 2023
Despite his poor polling numbers, the Democratic National Committee has suggested that Biden will not need to campaign or run in a primary, and has added that it will organize no debates.
Anti-vaxxer candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., meanwhile, has gained slowly but steadily on the president in primary polls, climbing up to 20% to Joe Biden’s 60%.
From his radical rhetoric to his disastrous inflationary policies to his bungling of the border crisis, President Biden’s tenure has thus far been a comedy of errors. Things are so bad that half of the nation also believes the president ought to be impeached.
“Should Congress begin impeachment proceedings against President Biden?” a recent poll asked.
The majority of all polled, 53%, said it was “at least somewhat likely” that since taking office the president has committed “high crimes and misdemeanors that would justify Congress impeaching him.”
Among them, 38% said it was “very likely” that he had committed “high crimes and misdemeanors;” 28% said it was “not at all likely.”
Meanwhile, as the nation is in peril on multiple fronts, Biden took off for a four day vacation.
"…the president is going to Camp David this weekend, going to Delaware. Can you describe the sense of urgency that the president feels?"
Karine Jean-Pierre: "There's always been urgency!"
Biden waited 97 days to discuss the debt ceiling. pic.twitter.com/UR1MjAitwU
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 25, 2023