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Thursday, July 25, 2024

CNN Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans See Biden as a ‘Setback’ or Worse

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...

(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.

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.

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.

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