Joe Biden’s tragic loss of his Hispanic voter base has been the talk of the town recently.
Dozens of political media outlets are commenting on the matter, the left-leaning ones “baffled” with how it started, almost as if it wasn’t evident from the start.
However, it seems Biden may not have only lost the trust of his Hispanic voters, but also the Asian-American community, which also characteristically voted Democratic in the past.
Minorities gradually gave up on the Democrat president
According to some recent polling, Biden’s popularity with Asians in the US dropped by 30 points since April last year.
Given his overall approval rating, we may be at a turning point when minority groups in the US will start voting Republican.
A recent survey taken in July shows more than 55% of adult Asian-Americans strongly disapprove of what Biden is doing for the country; whereas his overall approval rating is currently sitting around 37%, the lowest for any Democrat president in US history.
Joe Biden’s approval rating has fallen nearly 30% among Asian, Black, and Hispanic voters.
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) July 31, 2022
Currently, the only minority group still convinced that Biden’s doing a fairly decent job are black adults. 57% evaluated the president positively; although even that number is down, compared to last year.
At this rate, President Biden could be doing the Republican Party a huge favor by funneling hundreds of thousands of voters that previously voted Democratic.
Oldest president our nation’s ever seen
If this wasn’t enough, the same survey showed that 68% of white adults disapprove of the current president’s performance; with the midterm elections right around the corner, disaster is inbound for the Democrats.
Joe Biden currently has the lowest approval rating EVER for a president.
The fake news won’t tell you this.
— Lance Gooden (@Lancegooden) July 31, 2022
This is further denoted by the fact that a growing number of ethnic communities are embracing conservative agendas.
They are showing support for the Republican candidates in their states; albeit the number still needs to grow to actually warrant a victory.
Fact is, Biden simply isn’t doing a great job in office. Save for last year’s record low unemployment rates, almost nothing good has happened for this country ever since Biden was signed into office in 2021.
What’s more, even if not for his performance, Biden’s constant health issues and most recent confirmation that he’s tested positive for COVID-19 (again) are reason enough for him to step down, given he’s one of the oldest presidents this country has seen.
Joe Biden has a negative approval rating in every US state besides Hawaii, Vermont, and DC, according to @Civiqs research. Orange indicates more people disapprove of Biden's performance, while blue indicates more people approve. Darker the shade, the more wide the split. pic.twitter.com/2GiSkKS3me
— Gabe F. Guidarini (@GabeGuidarini) August 1, 2022
At the ripe age of 79, Biden is already slurring his words when speaking in front of a crowd, sometimes even becoming aggressive towards interviewers for no reason at all, with hundreds of his gaffes caught on tape.
While it’s still unknown who will be the Republican candidate for the 2024 election, for anyone facing Biden, if he decides to run again, it will be a hop, skip, and a jump to an easy victory.This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.