Biden Approval Rating Hits 26% Among Hispanic Americans

Biden Approval Rating Hits 26% Among Hispanic Americans

Hispanic approval for President Biden drops 29% in one year

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
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May 20, 2022

In the United States, demographics have stayed consistent in who they trust with their vote for decades.  One of those demographics being Hispanic Americans, who have largely voted Democrat for decades.  However, this may be shaken up as President Joe Biden (D) has seen his approval rating among Hispanics drop to 26%.

The poll conducted by Quinnipiac University on Wednesday found the shocking data, which records an almost 30% drop for Biden among Hispanic voters since last year.

Hispanics have officially become Biden's worst demographic, including age and gender.  The same Quinnipiac poll conducted last year put Hispanic support for Biden at 55%.  Young Americans and White men also have low approvals for Biden, at 27% and 29% respectively.

Oddly enough, Biden's most sturdy voting block is currently older Americans (65 years old and older) at 45% approval, and a 63% approval among Black Americans.  The only demographic Biden polls in the positives for is Black Americans.

Many on the Right will not be surprised by these numbers, as the president's overall approval rating has been steadily decreasing after his initial months in office.  In fact, Biden's approval rating lingered in the neighborhood of former President Donald Trump's (R) approval rating.

Between inflation, the ongoing Border Crisis, and the recent shortage of baby formula, Americans have been quick to anger at the Biden Administration.  Nevertheless, the president is doing anything he can to combat these accusations for the upcoming midterm races.

Biden recently picked a fight with US Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) over inflation.  When Rick Scott recommended Biden resign over the unprecedented inflation, Biden told the media that Scott, "has a problem," and continues to argue that inflation is being perpetuated by corporations.

The president has also through and through denied stockpiling baby formula as many prominent conservative figures have claimed.  But, with the Democrats holding the White House, there is only so much they can do to perform well in the midterm races, as the opposing party historically outperforms the party in power.

A poll reported by the Floridian last year found that 78% of aides on Capitol Hill are predicting that Republicans come out of the 2022 election cycle victorious.

Jim McCool

Jim McCool

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