According to a new Quinnipiac University survey, Biden's approval has all but bottomed out at just 33 percent, the lowest of his failed presidency thus far and far below Donald Trump's real approval ratings at this time in his presidency, while 53 percent of respondents say they disapprove of the job he's doing (such as it is).
President Biden's overall approval rating in the last seven Quinnipiac polls: 49%, 46%, 42%, 38%, 37%, 36%, 33%.
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) January 12, 2022
At the rate of collapse seen, it is fair to ask if Biden's approval rating was ever really as high as 49 percent -- or whether he really garnered 80 million votes.
But there is more bad news in the survey, and not just for Biden, but for our country as a whole:
-- A distinct majority of Americans, by a margin of 58 to 37 percent, believe our country's democracy is in danger of collapsing.
This is likely due to the incessant negative coverage by the mainstream media, especially in recent days surrounding the anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, in which one side of the political aisle -- Republicans and Trump supporters, in particular -- have been depicted as 'attempting to destroy democracy.' This false and inflammatory portrayal was preceded by months' worth of negative coverage of GOP-led states passing laws to shore up voter integrity -- but these laws come in response to Democrat efforts to destroy voter integrity measures with widespread mail-in balloting, unverified absentee ballots, and other measures ahead of the 2020 election that Trump allegedly "lost."
To that point, the percentages of Republicans and Democrats who think democracy is on the verge of collapse are about the same (62 percent of Republicans, 56 percent of Democrats, and 57 percent of Independents).
-- More than half of respondents, 53 percent, expect political divisions in the country to continue to worsen during their lifetimes, compared to just 15 percent who expect them to improve.
This also helps Democrats. The party's "progressive" wing, which is vocal and expanding, is really comprised of Marxist counter-revolutionaries who are using propaganda and fear to instill a belief in most Americans that 'the system' no longer works and must be changed in order to 'shore up democratic institutions.' In reality, these people simply want to replace our constitutional system with one that perpetuates their power at the expense of republican-minded conservatives, which, if it happens, will guarantee a civil war and the destruction/end of America as a global superpower.
-- Most (59 percent) respondents do not want Donald Trump to run again for president.
Though it seems clear that the country twice overwhelmingly elected Trump, the fact is, the deep state ensured that our nation was in constant turmoil during his term -- with investigations, allegations, arrests, trials, and impeachment proceedings. This could reflect the country's desire to elect a less tumultuous Republican.
-- The vast majority of respondents say that the economy is in terrible shape -- 35 percent say "not so good" and an additional 35 percent say "poor."
This is one of the biggest reasons why Biden is polling so poorly: Most Americans do not live in the country's two richest ZIP codes (those which border Washington, D.C., not surprisingly) and are struggling to make ends meet. Even though average wages are up, inflation has been running 5-7 percent since October. And Democrats are making this worse with massive government spending bills, mostly on "COVID relief." When governments dump obscene amounts of newly printed money into their economies during a supply chain crisis when goods and commodities are in short supply, prices go up to reflect those shortages. And Biden is in charge so he's getting the blame.
Democrats cannot be in charge, period. Biden is making this painfully obvious.