5 Frightening Poll Numbers Spell Doom for Dems in Midterms

5 Frightening Poll Numbers Spell Doom for Dems in Midterms

Early voting aside, as we get closer to Tuesday’s midterm elections, it’s looking more like Democrats are going to suffer mightily at the polls.

In fact, CNN — of all networks — pointed to five polling numbers that spell doom for the party of the donkey.

— 42%: This is presently Joe Biden’s approval rating, per the network, which is down from 46 percent the network claims Biden had in an early October poll — though average polling for the entire year has had Biden in the low 40s and even into the upper 30s at times.

— 61%: “That’s the number of likely voters who say that Biden hasn’t paid enough attention to the most important problems facing the country,” CNN reported, adding that just 39 percent of respondents believe the president is honed into the country’s most pressing problems.

— 51%: This figure represents the number of respondents who believe the economy is the most important issue, and that doesn’t bode well for the party in power. Just 15 percent said ‘abortion.’

— 28%: This is the percentage of respondents who think things are “very” or “fairly” well in America right now.

— 75%: This is the percentage of Americans who believe the country is currently in a recession, though the Biden regime redefined ‘recession’ after the second straight quarter of negative economic growth, the formerly accepted definition of ‘recession.’

There is also an enthusiasm gap between Democratic and Republican voters, CNN noted.

“The picture that emerges from the poll is an electorate deeply concerned about the state of the economy and not at all convinced that Biden is concentrating on it as much as he should. The poll also reveals that the anti-Biden voters are far more passionate than the pro-Biden voters, a mismatch that often predicts a turnout disparity,” the outlet reported.

“The poll, in sort, reads like something close to a worst-case scenario for Democrats. And with less than a week until Election Day, it’s not at all clear what they can do to change it,” the outlet continued.

Biden’s approval rating has been slipping again ahead of the election, as Conservative Brief reported last week:

A brand new Ipsos poll found that just 39 percent of respondents approved of the job Biden is doing as president. Only 9 percent said they believe the country is heading in the right direction under Biden and Democratic leadership, with a whopping 74 percent saying America is on the wrong track.

Meanwhile, 54 percent disapprove of Biden’s job performance and just 25 percent of Independents say they approve of Biden’s performance. Americans are feeling the pain, economically, without question.

“We’re your typical middle-income average American family,” mother and wife Briana Howard told the New York Post. “We’re more mindful at the grocery store … It’s like, ‘What do we have a coupon for?’ I mindlessly picked up a pack of $10 grapes, that’s not something I can continue to do.”

“Diners have become my luxuries,” attorney Rob Abiuso also told the outlet. “There really is no surplus income anymore. There really is no savings anymore. I pray that all this turns around.”

“People have told me I lost weight, but I can’t afford groceries,” comedian Gary DeNoia said. “I used to go shopping and plan my meals for the week. But [now] a Fage yogurt is $10. A bag of Doritos is $7. It’s cheaper to eat takeout … I have never eaten this much Chinese takeout because the lunch special will last me three days.”


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