A new poll from Quinnipiac has found that support for Biden among Hispanic voters is completely cratering.
This is bad news not only for Biden, but the Democratic party as whole, as the 2022 midterms are appraoching.
Democrats are already expected to lose control of the House, and this will only make things worse for them.
The Daily Caller reports:
Biden’s Support Among Hispanics Collapses, Spelling ‘Nightmare Scenario’ For Democrats
President Joe Biden’s support among Hispanic voters has collapsed, a Wednesday Quinnipiac poll found, and it might create major headaches for the Democratic Party leading up to the midterm elections.
The poll found that only 26% of Hispanic voters approve of Biden’s job performance, standing significantly lower than the president’s 31% of white and 63% of black approval. Meanwhile, Biden holds a 54% of Hispanic disapproval rating, while 59% of white and 25% of black respondents said they disapprove.
A staggering 41% of Hispanic voters said they “strongly disapprove” of the president’s job handling, while only 12% of respondents said they “strongly approve.” Nearly a quarter of Hispanic voters, 20%, remained neutral.
The poll surveyed 1,412 adults between April 7-11 with a 2.6 margin of error. Sampling was conducted by calling respondents’ landline and cell phone numbers.
Giancarlo Sopo, a Republican media strategist who led former President Donald Trump’s national Hispanic advertising in 2020, said Wednesday that even if the poll is “off 10 points,” it’s still “a nightmare scenario” for the Democratic Party.
This is a major warning sign for Democrats.
The latest Quinnipiac poll finds Joe Biden with a 26% approval rating among Hispanics — lower than his rating among whites.
Even if you think it's off 10 points, it is a nightmare scenario for Democrats. pic.twitter.com/RdoYxSKNUz
— Giancarlo Sopo (@GiancarloSopo) April 13, 2022
— #ThePeoplesSpeaker™️ (@SpeakerTimJones) April 13, 2022
Even if Biden and Democrats tried to make a course correction, it’s not clear that it would help them.
It’s already too late.