Total Collapse: Biden Public Approval in New Quinnipiac Poll Hits Rock Bottom
Quinnipiac is one of the more infamous Democrat party-tilting polling groups, and not ever to be trusted as a truly accurate gauge of voter attitudes. But this release today, coming as it does in the midst of the ongoing fast-motion collapse of the entire Biden agenda and public trust in the government’s response to COVID is too stunning to just ignore.
While other fake to semi-fake pollsters have continued to devise ways to structure their results to portray the notion that the Sock Puppet still somehow maintains the support of 40% or more of the American people despite so many appearances to the contrary, the folks at Q-Piac finally appear to have just decided to toss in the old towel.
Here’s the topline result, as tweeted by Glenn Greenwald:
Shockingly, Biden’s moribund approval on COVID response is among his best results on any issue, at just 39%.
But…33% approval rating? For a Democrat? In a Quinnipiac poll of all places???
As you can see in this breakdown, the Sock Puppet’s approval rating remains above water only among a single demographic: Pathetic, brainwashed, braindead Democrats, and the African American segment of the population:
A 25% approval among independents. 24% among young voters. Just 28% among Hispanics.
That last item is a killer. It is a death and destruction of the Democrat party’s entire operational model it has pursued since it turned on a dime in 2008 on the issue of illegal immigration. Prior to 2008, the Democrat party was a fiercely anti-illegal immigration party, its policy on the issue written for it by organized labor. But, once party leaders were presented with extensive polling and demography data immediately after the 2008 elections appearing to show that the key to future dominance would come with growing their influence in the Hispanic segment of the population, that changed on a dime, and the party has been the party of open borders since.
That model works as long as you can expect to pull 70% or more of the Hispanic vote every two years. But when your opponents pulled 40% in the last presidential election and are expected to grow that to closer to 45% in the mid-terms, and you see the native Hispanic population turning sternly in opposition now to your open borders policies, that cat won’t flush no more.
I normally just breeze past results of any Quinnipiac poll, but this one is a pretty big deal, regardless of the political motivations behind it. Whatever they might be.
That is all.