More Than Six in Ten Georgia Voters Disapprove of Biden

The poll numbers of Joe Biden continue to demonstrate his lack of fitness to be commander-in-chief. With over one year in office, Biden’s disapproval rating is above 50%. Meanwhile, he seems completely out of touch with what the nation really thinks about his leadership.

For instance, during a press conference this month, the 46th president declared that he’s managed to “outperform.” However, Americans don’t see it this way.

Everyday people are concerned about prices getting higher across the board. Folks are worried about being able to support themselves, pay off debts, and stay afloat.

There’s a running theory which says Biden believes if he simply declares his presidency to be a success enough times, it will eventually come true. Meanwhile, Biden’s low poll numbers in the swing state of Georgia demonstrate just how poorly he’s doing, according to Breitbart News.

Another Disaster for the 46th President

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution/University, 61.5% of Georgians disapprove of the job that Biden’s done in the White House thus far. Meanwhile, just 33.7% told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution/University they approve of how the 46th president is doing.

Majorities of men, women, younger people, older people, Republicans, and Independents strongly dislike what Biden’s done in office so far. This doesn’t especially square well for the 46th president, especially since Georgia was a state that went under his column in 2020.

The outlook that Georgia voters have of the 46th president is also a reminder of a national poll from earlier this month. This poll showed Biden with 33% support, while carrying 53% disapproval.

Apparently, the issues that are having the worst impacts on Biden’s approval ratings in the Peach State are economic matters, with inflation being the most pressing one.

More on Georgia

Biden’s low poll numbers in Georgia appear to be trickling down to the state’s Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Right now, Abrams, in poll matchups, is behind Republicans Brian Kemp and David Perdue, both of whom are seeking the GOP nomination.

When Biden went to Georgia earlier this month to deliver an anti-filibuster speech, Abrams didn’t even show up for the event.

The 46th president was also snubbed by Georgia Democrats who said they wanted to see more results on voting rights legislation and less political grandstanding.

It appears as though Democrats running in elections this year are trying to put distance between themselves and Biden, almost as if to avoid his baggage falling down on them.

Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke, for example, has also been clear that he doesn’t want Biden to campaign for him either.

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