Trump beats Biden in popularity poll conducted by Harvard

President Joe Biden is apparently quickly losing the confidence of registered American voters, as a new bombshell poll revealed that his popularity is falling fast.

According to Breitbart, a new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll published by The Hill revealed that former President Donald Trump is now more popular with registered American voters than Biden. 

The bombshell poll is just one of many in the past month that have indicated Biden is plummeting not only in his overall approval rating, but also in specific areas, such as the U.S. economy, COVID-19, and the ongoing immigration crisis at the southern U.S. border.

As The Hill noted, “Forty-eight percent of respondents say they have a positive view of Trump compared to 46 percent who say they have a favorable opinion of his successor.”

Perhaps even more surprising, based on the amount of hatred Trump received during his time in office, was that the poll revealed 51% of voters feel that Trump was “a better president than Biden.”

It shouldn’t be surprising, however, because under Trump’s presidency, the economy was booming, historic peace deals in the Middle East were negotiated, Barack Obama’s illegal immigration fiasco was brought to manageable levels with his immigration policies, and he had the American job economy at record highs.

Biden, in under one year in the White House, has essentially done the complete opposite, and his latest foreign policy debacle in Afghanistan was the proverbial icing on the cake that has seemingly opened the eyes of many voters who are likely now experiencing severe cases of buyer’s remorse.

It should be noted for the uninformed that The Hill is a left-leaning outlet, but even it had to admit that Biden’s dismal polling numbers compared to Trump were “remarkable.”

While every new president has his fair share of early hiccups, it seems as if everything the Biden administration touches turns to absolute garbage. One can’t even fathom how bad things will get in the months and years to come if his first eight months are indicative of the future.