It’s not a secret at this point that President Joe Biden’s polls are in the garbage, as he’s failed on virtually every tough issue he has faced since taking office some nine months ago.
However, according to Breitbart, when compared to his predecessors, such as his former boss and former President Barack Obama, Biden is noticeably performing badly, as he’s 10 points below where Obama was in the approval ratings during the same time period in his presidency.
The numbers, provided by RealClearPolitics, show a drastic difference between Obama and Biden, as Obama’s average approval rating at this time during his presidency hovered around 53%. His disapproval rating was about 40% at the time.
In contrast, Biden is currently facing 52.5% average disapproval, and a 43% approval rating, which is virtually the opposite of Obama’s situation.
Biden’s numbers have absolutely tanked amid multiple disasters he’s overseen, including the Afghanistan debacle, the COVID-19 vaccine mandates that nobody wants, and the growing emergency with regard to supply chain interruptions with inflation looming.
Hilariously, according to The Hill, the White House quickly shared a new poll that showed the current president polling with a 50% approval rating — one of the higher numbers he’s managed to garner in recent months.
Why is that hilarious? Because the poll was administered by CNN. Enough said. Outside of a poll that was catered to Biden’s core CNN audience, it’s still clear that the embattled president is suffering a PR crisis that he might not ever be able to dig out of.
Unfortunately for Biden and his White House, the bad news is probably far from rock-bottom, as the president desperately attempts to bring together the moderate and radical progressive wings of his party in order to pass a $3.5 trillion social spending package.
Only time will tell, but if the rest of Biden’s presidency is anywhere close to the failure we’ve witnessed so far, he could literally go down as one of the most ineffective and worst presidents in modern American history.