Support for Joe Biden is crumbling across the board. Partisan Democrats still support him but he is losing with pretty much everyone else.
Two groups he is losing support from more than others are Hispanics and independent voters.
This should be setting off alarm bells at the White House.
Five Thirty Eight reports:
Biden Has Lost Support Across All Groups Of Americans — But Especially Independents And Hispanics
Over his first nine months in office, President Biden has lost support among Americans of all stripes — men and women, Black voters and white voters, Zoomers and Baby Boomers. Even Democrats writ large are more disenchanted. But two groups with whom Biden has lost support stand out: independents and Hispanics.
Independents have soured on Biden to the extent that his approval ratings among this group approach the strongly negative ratings they gave then-President Donald Trump at the same point in his presidency, while increased disapproval of Biden among Hispanics could signal they are moving further away from Democrats after they shifted somewhat toward Trump and the GOP last November.
… our hyperpolarized political environment could make it challenging for Biden to regain the support he’s lost since taking office. In fact, while Biden’s approval rating has seemingly stabilized in the mid-to-low 40s, there’s also no indication that his approval rating is about to bounce back…
Recent polling suggests that Hispanic approval of Biden’s handling of the pandemic and the economy has fallen sharply. The latest poll from The Economist/YouGov found just 45 percent of Hispanics approved of Biden’s handling of the pandemic, compared with 65 percent in early June.
The simple fact is that Biden has been a terrible president so far.
— ABC News (@ABC) October 24, 2021
Do Democrats really think his job performance is going to improve?