When it comes to polling, Joe Biden is a drowning man. It’s hard to remember a time when a president sank so far, so fast.
It might be even worse than it looks on paper.
One political analyst is suggesting that if you drill down into the numbers behind the polls, Biden is doing even worse than he seems.
Ron Faucheux writes at the Washington Examiner:
Biden’s poll numbers are even worse than they seem
President Joe Biden’s dropping poll numbers are worse than they seem. A deep dive into the data shows two overlooked problems that most news stories haven’t caught: an intensity problem and a national mood problem.
An intensity problem happens when a politician’s “hard” negative ratings rise much higher than his or her “hard” positive ratings. Voters who hold strongly negative views are less likely to shift to the positive side than are voters who hold only somewhat negative views — and that spells trouble in the next election.
Put another way, Biden’s supporters tend to be only so-so in their esteem, while opponents are more passionate in their enmity.
In the recent Quinnipiac University poll , for example, Biden’s overall job approval rating is 40%, with 53% disapproving. That’s not good. But when you look at internal numbers that didn’t make it into the headlines, it gets worse: The number of voters who strongly disapprove of the job the president is doing is more than twice that of those who strongly approve, 45% to 20%.
The same is true for Biden’s personal popularity. Among voters, he’s 46% favorable and 51% unfavorable in an Economist poll . However, the very unfavorable is bigger than the very favorable, 40% to 26%.
Faucheux offers other examples and makes a pretty compelling case.
Democrats have a serious problem with Joe Biden and it’s probably not going to improve any time soon.
Cross posted from American Lookout.
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