A new poll has found that over half of Latino voters disapprove of the job Joe Biden is doing as president.
One of the biggest news stories of this election cycle is the fact that Latino voters are shifting to Republicans and this poll supports that theory.
This could have a huge impact on the midterms and even the 2024 election.
The Washington Examiner reports:
More than half of Latino voters disapprove of Joe Biden’s job as president: Poll
The majority of registered Latino voters in the United States are not happy with President Joe Biden’s job performance as the country heads toward the midterm elections, according to a poll released Thursday.
A Pew Research Center survey of Hispanic voters in August found that 54% disapproved of how Biden is handling his job, compared to 45% who approved. Additionally, 1 in 3 Democrats and voters who lean Democratic said they were unhappy with Biden.
It could spell trouble for the Democratic Party, given that Hispanics are the second-largest group of eligible voters in the country.
Among Hispanics, Catholics were far more likely to praise Biden, with 53% approving, compared to 29% of evangelical Protestant Christians. A solid 70% of evangelicals disapproved of Biden.
Despite Biden’s low numbers with Hispanic voters overall, he fared better with Hispanic voters than registered voters generally, who gave him a 37% approval rating.
Nearly 3 in 4 Hispanics said they do not want former President Donald Trump to remain a national political figure. Nearly all Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters, 94%, were over Trump, compared to 63% of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters who want Trump to remain on the political scene.
Eight in 10 Hispanic voters are very concerned about the economy, outperforming all other issues.
It’s not good news for Biden.
— El American (@ElAmerican_) September 30, 2022
Biden has been awful for the economy and everyone can see it.