Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Stati Uniti

Biden. Persino i liberal gli riconoscono un tasso di esecrabilità stellare. Midterm.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-07-17.

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Anche la peste bubbonica è più popolare di Joe Biden.

Tra tre mesi e mezzo si terranno le elezioni di mezzo termine.

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Il 64% dei democratici vuole un candidato diverso da Biden per il 2024.

La maggior parte dei democratici intervistati in un sondaggio pubblicato lunedì scorso ha dichiarato che preferirebbe un candidato diverso dal presidente Biden come candidato del partito nel 2024.

Il sondaggio New York Times-Siena College ha rilevato che il 64% dei democratici intervistati ha dichiarato che preferirebbe un altro candidato.

Il 26% dei democratici ha dichiarato che sosterrebbe ancora Biden alle prossime elezioni presidenziali.

Alla domanda sul perché sosterrebbero un nuovo candidato, il 33% dei democratici ha citato l’età come ragione principale, il 32% ha parlato di prestazioni lavorative, il 12% ha detto che preferirebbe qualcuno di nuovo e il 10% ha detto che Biden non è abbastanza progressista.

Il 41% degli intervistati ha dichiarato che voterebbe per l’ex presidente Trump se fosse un candidato alle presidenziali del 2024.

Il nuovo sondaggio ha anche rilevato che il 76% degli intervistati ha dichiarato di ritenere che gli Stati Uniti stiano andando nella direzione sbagliata, mentre il 13% ritiene che stiano andando nella direzione giusta.

Alla domanda su quale sia il problema più importante che il Paese sta affrontando, il 20% degli intervistati ha risposto che l’economia degli Stati Uniti, il 15% ha detto che l’inflazione e il costo della vita …. Il 5% ha indicato i problemi legati ai diritti dell’aborto.

L’indice di gradimento del Presidente degli Stati Uniti Joe Biden è sceso per la quarta settimana consecutiva al 36%, raggiungendo il livello più basso registrato alla fine di maggio.

Il 34% degli americani afferma che l’economia è la questione più importante che gli Stati Uniti devono affrontare.

Ma tra i repubblicani, il rating di Biden è sceso al 7% rispetto all’11% del 15 giugno.

Solo il 18% degli americani pensa che il Paese stia andando nella giusta direzione.

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«64 percent of Democrats want someone other than Biden to be 2024 nominee»

«Most Democrats surveyed in a poll released early Monday said they would prefer a candidate other than President Biden as the party’s nominee in 2024»

«The New York Times-Siena College poll found that 64 percent of Democrats questioned said they would prefer a different candidate»

«Twenty-six percent of Democrats said they would still support Biden in the next presidential election»

«When asked why they would support a new candidate, 33 percent of Democrats cited age as their main reason, 32 percent said job performance, 12 percent said they will prefer someone new and 10 percent said Biden is not progressive enough»

«41 percent of respondents said they would vote for former President Trump if he is a 2024 presidential candidate»

«The new poll also found that 76 percent of respondents said that they believe that the U.S. is headed in the wrong direction, and 13 percent believe it is headed in the right direction»

«When asked what is the most important problem the country is facing, 20 percent of respondents said the U.S. economy, 15 percent said inflation and the cost of living …. 5 percent said abortion rights issues»

«U.S. President Joe Biden’s public approval rating fell for a fourth straight week to 36% matching its lowest level last seen in late May»

«Thirty-four percent of Americans say the economy is the most important issue currently facing the United States»

«But among Republicans, Biden’s rating slipped to 7% compared to 11% on June 15»

«Only 18% of Americans think the country is headed in the right direction»

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64 percent of Democrats want someone other than Biden to be 2024 nominee: poll

Most Democrats surveyed in a poll released early Monday said they would prefer a candidate other than President Biden as the party’s nominee in 2024.

The New York Times-Siena College poll found that 64 percent of Democrats questioned said they would prefer a different candidate. Twenty-six percent of Democrats said they would still support Biden in the next presidential election. 

When asked why they would support a new candidate, 33 percent of Democrats cited age as their main reason, 32 percent said job performance, 12 percent said they will prefer someone new and 10 percent said Biden is not progressive enough. 

Forty-four percent of all respondents said they would cast their vote for Biden if the 2024 presidential election were held today, while 41 percent of respondents said they would vote for former President Trump if he is a 2024 presidential candidate. 

The White House has consistently said Biden, who will be 80 years old in November, intends to run for reelection in 2024. Recent polling numbers, however, show his approval rating has dipped among Americans. 

The new poll also found that 76 percent of respondents said that they believe that the U.S. is headed in the wrong direction, and 13 percent believe it is headed in the right direction.

When asked what is the most important problem the country is facing, 20 percent of respondents said the U.S. economy, 15 percent said inflation and the cost of living, 10 percent said gun policies and 5 percent said abortion rights issues.

The New York Times-Siena College poll was conducted from July 5 to 7, with a total of 849 respondents. The poll’s margin of error is 4.1 percentage points.

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Biden approval falls fourth straight week, tying record low – Reuters/Ipsos

Washington, June 22 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden’s public approval rating fell for a fourth straight week to 36% matching its lowest level last seen in late May, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll completed on Wednesday.

The president’s approval rating has stayed below 50% since August, a warning sign that his Democratic Party could lose control of at least one chamber of the U.S. Congress in the Nov. 8 midterm elections.

Thirty-four percent of Americans say the economy is the most important issue currently facing the United States. Biden has been plagued by 40-year-highs in inflation, with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine restricting global fuel supply and supply chains still constrained by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Among his own party, Biden’s approval rating remains largely unchanged since last week – at 73% compared to 74% on June 15. In August, 85% of Democrats approved of Biden’s performance.

But among Republicans, Biden’s rating slipped to 7% compared to 11% on June 15. Only 18% of Americans think the country is headed in the right direction.

Biden’s approval rating is approaching – but has not yet reached – the lowest levels seen by his predecessor, Donald Trump, who had a 33% approval rating in December 2017.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted online in English throughout the United States. The most recent poll gathered responses from 1,002 adults, including 435 Democrats and 379 Republicans. It has a credibility interval – a measure of precision – of four percentage points.