Democrat Approval Rate Continues to Lower

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., second from right, gives pens to fellow Democrats after she signed the resolution to transmit the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate for trial on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. (Associated Press)

Since Biden’s election, Democrats have been acting as if they have an unstoppable mandate for the past year. They’ve had to deal with internal conflicts within their party, and a GOP that isn’t interested in the type of compromise that allows the left to have all they want.

We are beginning to see more polls not favorable for Democrats and their self-proclaimed mandate.

The majority of registered voters support generic Republican candidates by a margin of ten points. Ten points.

Questions about specific agenda items won’t leave Biden and his policies smelling like roses. The administration’s handling the economy and pandemic is disapproved of by pluralities. Particularly, the approval rating of Biden’s pandemic response to the pandemic has fallen.

Respondents were asked whether they believed Biden had achieved much in his ten-month tenure. A staggering 63% answered that he had done “not much” or nothing.

This is not a good look to the Democrats.

Voters aren’t thrilled by Democrats like Terry McAuliffe, who want to exclude parents from educational decisions. However, polls show that they are evenly divided on which party they trust with their children’s education.

These results are unlikely to be of much use to the Democrats. They’re not the problem. Racist bigot, you are the problem. They might change their tune if the next November polls prove to be as reliable as they are today.