This bombshell new poll will leave Joe Biden in tears
Joe Biden’s political standing keeps growing more precarious.
If this keeps up then Democrats may have to make a change.
And this bombshell new poll will leave Joe Biden in tears.
Black, Hispanic, and young voters formed the bedrock of the Democrat Party coalition for at least the last 60 years.
But a change is underway.
Thanks to local prosecutors’ failures and President Joe Biden’s policy failures on the Southern border and inflation, the political coalitions are shifting.
According to Gallup, Democrats’ lead over Republicans in terms of party preference among black voters plummeted since Biden took office.
“The Democratic Party’s wide lead over Republicans in Black Americans’ party preferences has shrunk by nearly 20 points over the past three years,” Gallup reported.
Biden saw similar erosion with young and Hispanic voters.
“Democrats’ leads among Hispanic adults and adults aged 18 to 29 have slid nearly as much, resulting in Democrats’ holding only a modest edge among both groups,” Gallup added.
Not only that, but Democrats’ numbers are tanking with men and non-college-educated voters.
“Whereas Democrats were at parity with Republicans among men as recently as 2009, and among non-college-educated adults as recently as 2019, they are now in the red with both groups,” the Gallup polling report continued.
Democrats did make gains with college-educated Americans.
But adding college grads to the fold didn’t make up for the voters they ran off as the number of Americans identifying as Democrats reached historic lows.
“These shifts in the party affiliation of key subgroups provide the demographic backstory for how Democrats went from enjoying significant leads over Republicans between 2012 and 2021, to slight deficits in 2022 and 2023. The 27% of U.S. adults identifying as Democrats and the 43% identifying as or leaning Democratic are both new lows in Gallup’s trend,” Gallup reported about its new polling data.
Former President Donald Trump only led Biden in four polls during the 2020 Election cycle.
This go-round, Trump’s led Biden in more than 100 polls.