Joe Biden’s poor poll numbers are so bad they are alarming some Senate Democrats that their “economic messaging” on “Bidenomics” fell flat.
According to the Hill, one Senator said Biden’s poor poll numbers were because “There’s just no enthusiasm” behind Biden in their experiences with constituents.
“It does pretty much come down to ‘Well, he’s done a pretty good job, but he’s just too old,'” the Senator claimed.
Vulnerable Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) told the Hill that Democrats “got to be concerned about those poll numbers, you just do.”
“There’s plenty of time to get them back up. Whether he can or not, I just don’t know but you got to be concerned,” he added.
According to Real Clear Politics, Biden’s average approval rating pings at 42 percent, while a CBS/YouGov poll showed his approval rating at 40 percent versus 60 percent who are unhappy with his performance
Tester signaled he was distancing himself from Biden as he heads into a reelection battle that will play a substantial role in deciding the next Senate majority.
“The president is always a factor, but I don’t think it’s a factor that’s going to make much of a difference for me,” he told the Hill.
“We tend to do our own thing.”
Moreover, a CNN/SSRS poll published earlier this month shows that seven Republican presidential candidates, including Trump, lead Biden in hypothetical head-to-head matchups.
Last month, President Donald Trump characterized “Bidenomics” as “inflation, taxation, submission, and failure.”
The 45th president highlighted his administration’s achievements and how they contrasted with the current Biden administration.
“One of the most important issues in this campaign will be who can rescue our country from the burning records of Bidenomics, which shall henceforth be defined as inflation, taxation, submission, and failure,” Trump said in a video.