A stunning new poll has revealed that one in ten Democrats regrets voting for Biden in the 2020 presidential race, and Donald Trump would win in a landslide if the election were held today.
According to Rasmussen Reports, 12 percent of “Moderates” also regret voting for Biden, while 14 percent of Black Americans regret voting for him.
According to the poll, only 37% of respondents indicated they would vote for Joe Biden if the election were conducted today, down from 45% in 2012. 43% of people said they would vote for Donald Trump, a staggering 6 point margin of victory.
The Rasmussen Reports numbers shine a new light on just how poorly Joe Biden has performed in his first few months as President of the United States.
- Just 37 percent of voters say they would vote for Biden today;
- 13 percent of Democrats say they would vote for Trump today;
- Moderate voters support for Biden has plummeted 13 points, while Trump has gained;
- 11 percent of 18-39 year olds regret their 2020 vote;
- 14 percent of Black Americans regret their 2020 vote;
- 9 percent of Democrats regret their 2020 vote;
- 12 percent of Moderates regret their 2020 vote.
Read the Crosstabs:
Joe Biden’s approval numbers continue to decline, while numbers from Real Clear Politics reveal that while up to 55 percent of Americans thought the country was on the right track in March, that number has plummeted to 31 percent today.
On Tuesday, President Obama’s Director of Global Engagement called for the firing of Biden National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, following on from the Afghanistan debacle.
“President Biden needs to fire his national security adviser and several other senior leaders who oversaw the botched execution of our withdrawal from Afghanistan,” the former diplomat wrote.
“Those he has chosen for key positions have repeatedly failed to challenge their own assumptions. It sadly led to the most unnecessarily embarrassing day in the history of the National Security Council (NSC).”
Like many other Biden appointees, Jake Sullivan has worked closely with Chinese Communist Party influence groups and think-tanks.
Sullivan has previously called for “China’s rise” – a goal aided by his failure in Afghanistan.