So here is a look at Biden’s approval trajectory. Notice the obvious intersection at about Aug 29, 2021. What happened then, I wonder? From there it is all downhill.
(Credit to FiveThirtyEight.com for chart)
Quinnipiac now has him at 33%. (and we know the error rate in polls for Dems)
Wow, pretty soon Biden’s approval number is going to intersect with Paul Pelosi’s alcohol levels. But it is nice too see Joe heading a “just say no” campaign.
Many Dems are saying ‘no to Joe’ in 2024.
“Mr Axelrod was one of 50 Democrat officials interviewed by the Times over their “frustrations” about Mr Biden.”
Do you think Joe has enough gas left in his tank to run in ’24?
He looks like he’s running on fumes now.
Well, Biden is not alone anyway. Cratering along with Joe’s approvals is public trust in government, to ‘do the right thing’. According to Pew Research:
“Public trust in government remains low, as it has for much of the 21st century. Only two-in-ten Americans say they trust the government in Washington to do what is right “just about always” (2%) or “most of the time” (19%). Trust in the government has declined somewhat since last year, when 24% said they could trust the government at least most of the time.”