Biden Drops 20 Points with Black Voters


On an endless basis, various polls taken this year have shown President Biden losing support with voters. The Biden administration insists on claiming the president’s agenda is popular with the people; yet, every single time a new poll is released, Biden’s approval numbers are lower and lower.

Thus far, the president has not shown any interest in readjusting his agenda. That comes in spite of 71% of the nation recently declaring in yet another poll that the United States is on the wrong track.

In another crushing blow to an increasingly unpopular president, a fresh survey shows over the course of 2021, Biden’s lost the support of black voters to the tune of a 20% decline.

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Bad news for Biden and his administration

An Emerson College poll documents the reality that back in February, black voters approved of the president at a rate of 72%. However, fast forward to this month and now only 52% of black voters approve of Biden.

This massive drop speaks volumes. It also coincides with previous polls.

Back in September, when Biden first announced his unconstitutional COVID vaccine mandate for workers nationwide (a mandate the Federal Court of Appeals temporarily halted, pending further review), Biden lost black support, per a Morning Consult survey.

An unsustainable presidency

At this point, Biden’s presidency is not sustainable. More than seven in ten Americans do not view the nation as heading in the correct direction. Meanwhile, massive swaths of voters across the board do not favor the president’s job in office.

It is unclear how Biden plans to move going forward. Perhaps, his game plan is to do as much damage as possible between now and 2024. Another alternative is Biden simply biding his time before Republicans take back Congress.

Either way, this is not a successful administration. Instead of winning over people with time, Biden’s losing further support. Likewise, the president has abandoned his promises to unify Americans.

If future polls follow previous patterns, the numbers will keep sinking lower and lower. By the time the 2022 midterms roll around, Biden’s national approval rating could fall into the high 20% range or even into the high teens.