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POLL: Biden’s Support Among Young People Collapsed by Double Digits

'We need to acknowledge that this isn’t just about middle of the road, an increasingly narrow band of independent voters... '

(Alex Tien, Headline USA) Bad news continues to roll in for the Biden Regime as the 2022 midterm elections loom large over the nation.

With approval ratings in free fall and polls continuing to show that disaster could be on the horizon for Dems, a recent Gallup poll showed that amongst young people, Biden’s job approval rating has significantly dropped.

Gallup reported that with boomers and traditionalists, Biden’s approval ratings have been somewhat stable over the first 14 months of his presidency. However, younger generations (Gen X and Millennials and Gen Z) have had a serious change of heart about the current president’s competency levels.

Gen Z (born 1997 to 2004) have had a 21 point drop from 60-percent approval to 39-percent approval. Millennials (born 1981 to 1996) dropped 19 points from 60% to 41%. Lastly, Gen X (born 1964 to 1980) dropped 15 points, from 55-percent approval to 40-percent approval.

As younger generations make up a substantial part of the leftist base, these numbers show not only a huge lack of trust in the Biden presidency, but also present major concerns for the Democrat party as a whole.

Criticism of the Biden regime seems to coming from all directions. Independents and Republicans have very few good things to say, but even the extreme far-Left is dissatisfied as well.

“We need to acknowledge that this isn’t just about middle of the road, an increasingly narrow band of independent voters,” ultra-leftist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., told New York Magazine.

“This is really about the collapse of support among young people, among the Democratic base, who are feeling that they worked overtime to get this president elected and aren’t necessarily being seen.”

AOC seems to be seeing the writing on the wall. She added that “If the president does pursue and start to govern decisively using executive action and other tools at his disposal, I think we’re in the game.

“But if we decide to just kind of sit back for the rest of the year and not change people’s lives — yeah, I do think we’re in trouble.”



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