Quinnipiac Poll: Biden Approval Drops to 36 Percent


Joe Biden’s poll numbers continue to drop as gas prices, food prices and the cost to heat homes rise.

According to a new Quinnipiac poll, Joe Biden’s approval dropped to 36% – the lowest rating he’s ever received in a Quinnipiac poll.

Disapproval with Joe Biden’s job performance is up to 53% – a slight uptick from a 52% disapproval last month.

Joe Biden got hit the hardest on his handling of the economy and foreign policy.

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Everything is more expensive under Joe Biden:

Everything is more expensive under Biden:

? Gas: +49.6%

? Sporting Goods: +8.7%

? Shoes: +5.2%

? Used Vehicles: +26.4%

? Natural Gas: +28.1%

? Hotels: +25.5%

? Electricity: +6.5%

? Propane: +34.7%

? Fresh Fish: +11%

? Computers: +8.4%

? Apples: +6.7%

? Eggs: +11.6%

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 15, 2021

The new poll suggests the Democrats are in big trouble heading into 2022 which is why they will ramp up their efforts to cheat with mail-in ballots and post-election day ballot counting.

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