Quinnipiac Poll: Biden Overall Approval Plummets to 33 Percent
This is why Stacey Abrams snubbed Joe Biden on Tuesday and refused to share a stage with him in Atlanta.
A new Quinnipiac Poll spells trouble for Joe Biden and the Democrat party going into an election year.
Joe Biden’s overall approval dropped to 33 percent – and his disapproval is at 53 percent – but the bigger news is Biden’s approval among Independents plummeted to 25 percent.
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Joe Biden’s approval among Blacks and Hispanics has also dropped.
Just a couple months ago, Biden’s job approval among Blacks was 65 percent – and among Hispanics was 33 percent.
Wednesday’s Quinnipiac poll on Biden’s approval among Blacks cratered to 57 percent – and his approval among Hispanics is now 28 percent.
How did Joe Biden go from the most popular president in US history with 81 million votes to a 33% approval in just one year?
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— Quinnipiac University Poll (@QuinnipiacPoll) January 12, 2022