Joe Biden’s poll numbers are apparently slipping with two key constituencies, black voters and military voters.
He is seen as weak on the world stage and as not delivering on policies to improve lives.
Biden hasn’t even been in office for six months, so this is not good news for his team.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Biden failing with blacks, military, seen as weak and ineffective
It’s already been a big week for President Joe Biden to show off his commander in chief and race relations credentials, but two separate polls show that the public finds his actions weak and ineffective.
In one timed for Memorial Day, voters by a margin of 43%-32% said that Biden was a weaker chief compared to recent presidents.
Worse, it found that most feel Biden is “less aggressive” with foreign leaders in pushing American interests first.
And in another timed for Biden’s trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma, today for ceremonies on the 100th anniversary of the so-called Tulsa massacre, voters 39%-28% said race relations have turned worse since Biden took office.
Both polls, conducted by Rasmussen Reports, were poor grades on timely issues for Biden and likely a surprise to a White House that has made efforts to focus on military and race issues.
When it comes to black voters, Biden is not helping himself by saying things like this:
BIDEN: "…young black entrepreneurs are just as capable of succeeding given the chance as white entrepreneurs are, but they don't have lawyers, they don't have accountants…" pic.twitter.com/uaVQO6vPeN
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 1, 2021
What an insulting message.
Black people are capable of doing anything that anyone else can, but Biden insists on casting them as victims of their own inability.