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Rasmussen poling: Biden Presidency Bad for America, Most Voters Say

Among the three basic political groups, there's debate about about the percentage breakdown of each. Generally speaking (according to Gallup) the nation has gone from Dem leaning to Repub leaning in the past 18 months. Assuming Gallup is right approx 28% of the electorate is Dem, the same Republican and remaining independent portion sits at around 44%.


My view is that most voters who identify as Democrat continue to generally support the Progressive Wing of their party. The problem for them is the remaining two groups (Indeps and Republicans do not).




Biden Presidency Bad for America, Most Voters Say

Thursday, April 07, 2022


More than half of American voters say that President Joe Biden has been bad for the country’s future, and fewer than a third want him to be reelected in 2024.


The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters believe Biden’s presidency has been bad for the long-term success of the United States. Thirty-four percent (34%) think Biden’s presidency has been good for America’s long-term success, while another 11% say it hasn’t made much difference. (To see survey question wording, click here.)


Only 28% believe it would be better for America if Biden is reelected to a second term in 2024. Forty-two percent (42%) think it would be better for America if former President Donald Trump is elected again in 2024. Twenty-seven percent (27%) say it would be better if somebody else is elected president in 2024.


While 57% of Democratic voters believe Biden’s reelection in 2024 would be better for America, that opinion is shared by only 10% of Republicans and 16% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Sixty-six percent (66%) of Republicans think electing Trump again in 2024 would be better for the country, as do 19% of Democrats and 42% of unaffiliated voters. Twenty-four percent (24%) of Republicans, 22% of Democrats and 35% of unaffiliated voters say it would be better if somebody else is elected president in 2024.


The survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on April 4-5, 2022 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.


Sixty-two percent (62%) of Democrats believe Biden’s presidency has been good for the long-term success of the United States, but only 16% of Republicans and 22% of unaffiliated voters shared that view. Seventy-nine percent (79%) of Republicans, 22% of Democrats and 58% of unaffiliated voters think Biden’s presidency has been bad for America’s long-term success.


Majorities of both men (55%) and women voters (50%) say Biden’s presidency has been bad for the country’s long-term success.


Fifty-six percent (56%) of whites, 35% of black voters and 53% of other minorities believe Biden’s presidency has been bad for the long-term success of the United States. Thirty-three percent (33%) of whites, 41% of black voters and 32% of other minorities think Biden has been good for America’s long-term success. More black voters (37%) than whites (28%) or other minorities (23%) think it would be better for the country if Biden is reelected in 2024, while 42% of whites, 37% of black voters and 43% of other minorities think it would be better if Trump is elected again in 2024.


While a majority of voters 40 and older think Biden’s presidency has been bad for America’s long-term success, only 39% of voters under 40 share that view.


Voters with annual incomes between $30,000 and $50,000 are most likely to believe that it would be better for America if Trump is elected president again in 2024. Voters with annual incomes over $200,000 and those with graduate-school degrees are most likely to think Biden’s presidency has been good for the country’s long-term success.


More private sector workers (43%) than government employees (32%) think it would be better for America if Trump is elected again in 2024.


By more than a 3-to-1 margin, voters believe the U.S. economy has gotten worse since President Biden took office, and a majority think either he or his Democratic allies in Congress are mostly to blame.


After more than a year in office, Vice President Kamala Harris remains unpopular with voters.


Additional information from this survey and a full demographic breakdown are available to Platinum Members.




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