Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Polls Find Biden's Approval Rating Higher Than Trump's Ever Was

I warned you.

The senile evil bastard is going to sleepwalk the country toward socialism.

President Biden’s approval rating in his first days in office is higher than Donald Trump ever achieved during his four years as president, two new polls have found, according to Yahoo.

A Morning Consult tracking poll published Monday found that 56 percent of voters approve of Biden’s job performance, while 34 percent disapprove. At the same early juncture of Trump’s presidency, 46 percent of Americans polled said they approved of his job performance, and the polling high point for his term in office came in March 2017, when his approval rating hit 52 percent.

A second poll, conducted by Hill-HarrisX and also released on Monday, put Biden’s approval rating at 63 percent, while 37 percent said they disapprove of the job he was doing so far. Trump, by contrast, reached an approval rating high of 52 percent in an April 2020 survey by the same pollster.



  1. Biden's issued about ninefold the number of executive orders Trump had at this point in the beginning of his first term. And Trump was apparently a dictator...

  2. Don’t believe the polls. All through last year polls showed Biden winning by double digits and he barely scraped through with multiple allegations of election fraud. All these polls are setup to make him look good.

  3. Not that I have any dog in this hunt, but how reliable are these polls when the Biden gang seems to control social media, Silicon Valley, regular media, the electoral machinery, etc.?

    I saw some online discussion showing lots of "thumbs down" for a Biden YouTube announcement, but the down count was first lowered and then removed.

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    1. Gotta attach all that pulled back face skin somewhere...

  5. I agree the polls have little credibility. But the reporting of positive poll results shows the totalitarians firmly in control of the mainstream messaging.

  6. Wow, after a mere week in office! I'm glad to see this presidency is a raging success already. (/sarc)

  7. Rasmussen always had Trump floating around the 48% approval mark.

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll....for Wednesday shows that 48% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.

  8. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters agree with what Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) said on Twitter last week: “The decision … to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement will cost American jobs and force households and small business to pay higher utility bills.” Thirty-three percent (33%) of voters disagree and 15% say they’re not sure.

  9. Honestly I wonder how long this will last. Obama's approval rating was in the high 60s when he took office, but quickly collapsed due to overreaching with his policies like the stimulus and healthcare. Biden has already been backtracking, stating he wanted a hundred million people fully vaccinated and then stating he wanted a hundred million shots. Despite all the rhetoric, he is not fundamentally doing anything different as it relates to policy than Trump did on Covid. I'm not saying any of this is good, but because of all the hysteria to the pandemic, Americans are of the mentality that they need a top down approach and have the executive "do something." So he may be setting himself up for a big fall if the narrative that he is failing the standards his administration laid out are not accomplished.

    On top of that he is of the mentality like most Presidents that he can pass policy by executive fiat. Whether its the unnecessary Paris accord or trying to increase enrollment to Obamacare, Biden feels that he can just sign executive orders for all his lefty policy prescriptions. Not to mention the Democrats in the Senate potentially nuking the filibuster, adding States, or granting statehood to D.C. and Puerto Rico.

    If Biden continues this there is going to be significant blowback. Obama was a much better politician than Biden ever will be and there was significant blowback for the Democrats, and the legislation wasn't nearly as far reaching as it is now. Trump is no longer on the ballot in 2022. The anger that drove many people to vote him out of power will not be there in the midterms, but there will be plenty of it against Biden. I don't know if Republicans can gain complete control of Congress. After all 2022 is a bad year for Senate Republicans, but I wouldn't be surprised if it's a bloodbath.