In the polls, Vice President Joe Biden is rapidly declining.
The recent 6-3 SCOTUS verdict overturning Roe v. Wade handed the question of abortion back to the states, a tremendous success for conservatives and a severe setback for the Biden Administration’s mission.
Given the unpopularity of the Democratic administration, the Democratic party is divided over how to win at the elections in November and what causes to prioritize.
In a number of swing states, including Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and even New Hampshire, Democrats have generally moved to running against Washington, despite the fact that their party controls the legislative and executive branches.
Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who has been in Congress for nearly six years, stated on her campaign website, “I’m running for reelection because you deserve a senator who will cut through the gridlock and dysfunction in Washington and deliver real results for your family. I’ll work with anyone — Democrats, Republicans, and independents — to help Nevada’s families succeed.”
Conservative Brief continued, “The change in tone, and in some cases the Democrat sprinting away from Biden, comes amid historic gas and diesel fuel prices while the cost of food, housing, and other forms of energy have risen as well during a substantive period of inflation that took off after Biden was sworn in.”
Critics have blamed Democratic spending packages as well as Biden’s anti-fossil fuel policies for much of the inflation, while the administration also deals with supply chain issues that have caused shortages of common items like baby formula and tampons, Conservative Brief reported.
The Washington Examiner stated that “A Gallup poll found that the mood of the nation is the worst it has been in any midterm election since 1974, the year the Watergate scandal led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.”
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“Even though it’s normal for a president’s party to lose seats in the midterm elections, Democrats could be looking at larger than usual losses unless Biden can turn public opinion around,” the report added.
“His public approval rating fell for a fourth straight week to 36%, matching its lowest level seen in May, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released Thursday. His overall approval rating has stayed below 50% since August, wrote the report.”
Democrats who are coming up for re-election in November are going to have to be specific in their campaigning, concentrating on issues that will bring voters in regardless of the failed initiatives during this Democratic administration. CONTINUE READING…