For a few months now, lots of people in political media have been talking about Biden’s drop in support from Hispanic voters.
Now there is evidence that Biden is losing a significant amount of support from the Asian-American community.
According to new polling numbers from Pew Research, Biden has dropped a whopping 30 points with Asian-Americans since April of 2021.
Biden Sees Stunning Loss of Support Among Asian Americans
President Biden’s approval rating has cratered over the last year in general, but he’s lost a stunning amount of support from one demographic in particular: Asian-Americans.
According to a July Pew survey, 55 percent of Asian-American adults either strongly or somewhat disapprove of Biden’s performance on the job, while 44 percent somewhat or strongly approved.
These numbers represent a nearly 30-point drop from his support among Asian-Americans in April 2021, when Pew found 72 percent of Asian-Americans approved of the president’s job performance.
Here are some other findings from Pew:
Among the overall public, 37% say they approve of Biden’s job performance, while 62% disapprove. More than twice as many adults strongly disapprove of Biden’s job performance as strongly approve (45% vs. 18%).
Black adults are the only major demographic group where a majority have a positive evaluation of Biden’s job in office (57% say they approve, including 32% who strongly approve). Views among Hispanic adults and Asian adults are mixed – 46% and 44%, respectively, say they approve of Biden’s job performance. By contrast, a large majority of White adults (68%) say they disapprove of Biden’s job performance.
While majorities across all age groups disapprove of Biden’s job performance, his approval rating is 10 points lower among adults under 30 (31%) than among those 65 and older (41%).
Joe is losing support all over the place.
Joe Biden’s approval rating has fallen nearly 30% among Asian, Black, and Hispanic voters.
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) July 31, 2022
— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) July 31, 2022
Democrats should be concerned. Very concerned.