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    Three in four Americans say they are hoping to avoid political conversations at the Thanksgiving dinner table this year, according to a new poll.  Research from Axios found that 77 percent of Americans do not want to talk about the controversial topic this year, while just one in four, 23 percent, look forward to political discussions.  This comes as a Quinnipiac poll found that half of all Americans said they expect political divisions to worsen over the coming year.  40 percent said they don't expect the climate to change while just seven percent believe that divisions will ease between now and next year.  Less than one-fourth of Americans said they are looking forward to discussing the results of the midterm elections at Thanksgiving  President Joe Biden recently pardoned several turkeys ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday  Former President Donald Trump during a turkey pardoning held during his term The poll results come after a tumultuous midterm election where Democrats maintained control of the Senate but Republicans took back the House.  Quinnipiac also found that 59 percent of Americans think Americans are not...
    Senator Raphael Warnock, a Democrat from Georgia, speaks during a 'Working for Georgia' campaign rally in Macon, Georgia, on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022.Elijah Nouvelage | Bloomberg | Getty Images The explosive allegation that anti-abortion GOP Senate hopeful Herschel Walker paid for an ex-girlfriend's abortion has consumed his campaign over the last week — but so far it hasn't given his opponent much of a boost, a new poll showed Wednesday. Walker's rival, Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock of Georgia, still leads 52%-45%, according to Quinnipiac University's latest poll of likely voters in Georgia. That spread is virtually unchanged from last month, when the pollster found Warnock led Walker 52%-46%. In the interim, Walker's campaign has been rocked by a slew of incendiary accusations stemming from a Daily Beast report in which an anonymous woman said Walker had impregnated her and then paid for her to get an abortion in 2009. Walker has denied the reports he paid for the abortion, calling the claim a "flat-out lie" and vowing to file a defamation suit, which he has not done. The woman,...
    President Joe Biden’s job approval rating jumped in a new Quinnipiac University poll but still sits at 40% among all respondents, a figure tough for Democratic congressional candidates to overcome in the midterm elections. Biden’s numbers with registered voters, 41%, are not much better, according to the survey, conducted Aug. 25-29 with an error margin of 2.6 percentage points. Dragging the president down was underperformance among Democratic voters (83%) and low marks among crucial independent voters (36%). BIDEN TO FRAME MIDTERM ELECTIONS AS WAR FOR DEMOCRACY — AND AGAINST TRUMP However, the results mark an improvement for Biden overall. In July, his job approval ratings cratered at 31% among those surveyed and 33% among registered voters. This spike could help some Democrats in swing House districts and competitive Senate races survive if it continues after Labor Day. Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy said Biden’s “summertime surge” might be the result of “increased support among young adults who may well be encouraged by Biden's decision to erase some student debt.” The poll found that the public approves of Biden’s plan...
    by Debra Heine Joe Biden has hit a new low in the latest Quinnipiac University National Poll, with a mere 31 percent of Americans approving of the job he’s doing, and 60 percent disapproving. The new poll, released today, shows Biden with only 29 percent approval among white voters, and with an even lower approval rating of 19 percent among Hispanics. Most black voters approved of Biden’s job performance, giving him a 61 percent approval rating. Only two percent of Republicans approved of Biden’s job performance, with 94 percent disapproving. Among Independent registered voters, 23 percent said they approved of Biden, while 67 percent disapproved. Incredibly, 71 percent of Democrats said they approved of Biden’s job performance, and only 18 percent disapproved. Biden also scored abysmally low on his handling of a number of issues. Only 28 percent of Americans gave Biden a thumbs up on his handling of the economy, and a mere 32 percent approved of his handling of gun violence. On foreign policy, 36 percent approved, while 55 percent disapproved. Biden was even underwater on his response...
    U.S. President Joe Biden arrives aboard Air Force One at T.F. Green International Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island, U.S. July 20, 2022.Jonathan Ernst | Reuters More Americans now think President Joe Biden is doing a bad job than at any prior point in his presidency, according to a major public opinion poll released Wednesday. Just 31% of American adults said they approve of the way Biden is handling his job, while 60% disapproved of it, the Quinnipiac University poll found. Biden's approval ratings among registered voters also hit a record low in the Quinnipiac poll, as just 33% percent of voters said they liked the job he was doing, and 59% disapproved. The findings came a day after a Reuters/Ipsos poll found that the Democrat's public approval rating had fallen to 36%, matching his record low in that survey.CNBC PoliticsRead more of CNBC's politics coverage: U.S.-supplied rockets helping Ukraine retain defensive lines; Putin and Erdogan to talk grain exports Harris, Newsom engage with donors as possible 2024 bids loom if Biden doesn't run Vice President Kamala Harris compares Supreme...
    by T.A. DeFeo   It’s been a hot start to Georgia’s summer and the Peach State’s gubernatorial race is a dead heat. A new Quinnipiac University Poll found that 48% of voters support incumbent Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, while an equal number of voters support Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams. Interestingly, voters gave Kemp a 48% approval rating and 43% disapproval. That is up from January when 42% approved of Kemp’s job performance to 49% who did not. “With both candidates getting positive numbers on honesty, empathy and leadership, Kemp and Abrams are in a Governor’s race too close to call,” Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said in an analysis. The poll also shows incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock with a 54% to 44% lead over Republican challenger Herschel Walker, a political newcomer and former University of Georgia football standout. “Herschel Walker fumbles on honesty and tumbles on favorability as Raphael Warnock surges ahead in the race for senator,” Malloy added. When it comes to the issues, Georgia voters identified inflation (41%), gun violence (15%), abortion (10%) and election laws...
    A recent poll found that the majority of people think Supreme Court justices are motivated by politics and support term limits for the position. A national poll from Quinnipiac University reported Thursday that 63% of respondents said the court is mainly motivated by politics, while 69% said there ought to be term limits placed on justices. Seventy-seven percent of Democrats and 69% of Republicans supported term limits for justices. When it came to motivations, 86% of Democratic respondents cited politics, while 59% of Republican respondents said the justices' main motivation is the law. WHITE HOUSE TELLS 'BOTH SIDES' TO AVOID VIOLENCE AMID SUPREME COURT THREATS Quinnipiac surveyed 1,586 adults from May 12-16, 1,421 of whom were registered voters. The poll also found that 41% of respondents were more likely to vote for a candidate who supports abortion rights, while 18% were more likely to vote for a candidate who is anti-abortion. This comes just weeks after a draft opinion was leaked from the Supreme Court that indicates a likely reversal of the 1973...
    Republican candidates are gaining momentum with registered voters as the most recent Quinnipiac poll showed that respondents favoring Republicans controlling the House and Senate went up since last month. When the respondents were asked who they would want to control the House “if the election were held today,” the Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday revealed that 47 percent of registered voters want to see the Republican party in control. Only 43 percent said that they would want the Democrat party in control, and nine percent did not give an opinion on the question. When the respondents were asked the same question about the Senate, 48 percent of registered voters said they want to see the Republican party in control after the election. Only 44 percent said they would want the Democrat party in control, and eight percent did not give an opinion. QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY NATIONAL POLL by Breitbart News on Scribd However, compared to the Quinnipiac poll released on April 27, the percentage of registered voters that favor Republicans had gone up. The previous poll found that 45 percent of registered voters favored the Republican party having control of the House,...
    An overwhelming majority of Americans are expecting there to be a recession within the next year, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. The poll found that 85 percent of Americans think it is likely for the country to go through an economic recession in the next year. Of those who responded, 45 percent said it is “very likely,” and 40 percent said “somewhat likely” for a recession. Only 12 percent said they did not think it was likely or not likely to see a recession. In fact, the poll also found that only 19 percent of Americans think that the nation’s economy is in good shape, while 80 percent said that it is not in good shape. Of those who responded to the question, 34 percent said “not so good,” and 46 percent said the economy was “poor.” Quinnipiac noted this is the “most negative description” of the county’s economy since President Joe Biden took office last year. When the respondents were asked about how much control the president had over the rapidly rising inflation — which has seen a...
    President Joe Biden's polling continues its downward spiral, matching the lowest approval rating of his administration this week, just seven months before the 2022 midterm elections. And the White House's inability to stem Biden's bloodletting will have down-ballot implications for Democrats in November, potentially kneecapping the president during the second half of his term. WHITE HOUSE UPS CRITICISMS OF RED-STATE ABORTION LAWS AHEAD OF MIDTERM ELECTIONS Only one-third of adults approve of Biden, according to Quinnipiac University. A majority, 54%, of respondents disapproved of him. Another 13% did not have an opinion of the president more than a year after his inauguration. Senate Republican campaigns spokesman T.W. Arrighi quipped after the poll's release that "it’ll all be over soon" for Democrats. In particular, the National Republican Senatorial Committee has seized on Biden's "catastrophic" Hispanic support, attributing the erosion to his "wasteful" spending proposals and weak immigration policies. “When it rains, it pours — and Democrats are in the midst of a biblical-level hurricane," Arrighi said. "There’s no sunlight in the distance, but November is right around the corner." Arrighi's House...
    A prior Quinnipiac poll of adults conducted from March 31 to April 4 found that 34% of Hispanics approved of the way the president was handling his job while 52% disapproved. That prior poll indicated that Hispanics were split on whether they wanted to see Democrats or Republicans win control of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. While 42% of Hispanics wanted the Republican Party to win the House, 43% wanted the Democratic Party to emerge victorious — similarly for the Senate, 45% of Hispanics chose the GOP and 46% picked the Democrats. If Americans continue to suffer the devastating economic consequences of high inflation and gas prices in the months ahead, those issues could pose significant obstacles to Democrats during the 2022 election cycle. The recent consumer price index report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated that the all items index had risen by a whopping 8.5% during a period of 12 months.
    MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images President Joe Biden’s polling numbers continues to slide, as a new survey from Quinnipiac University shows him with just a 33 percent approval rating. And that number could go down —as  74 percent of respondents in the survey predicted that the worst of the Ukraine and Russia military conflict is yet to come. Biden has struggled in public polls since he got into office, but a military conflict, as well as inflation and supply chain issues, have taken hits to his overall approval rating recently. The latest numbers from Quinnipiac match the poor approval numbers Biden got in a similar poll in January from the same source. As is typically usual in polling regarding Biden, his results drastically change when broken down by political party. Among Democrats, according to these latest findings, he holds a 76 percent approval rating. That number crumbles when the results move into self-identified Independents and Republicans. Among Independents, only 26 percent give approval while Republican approval is almost non-existent at 3 percent. Among Hispanic voters, Biden holds only a 26 percent...
    President Joe Biden's approval rating stands at 33 per cent among American adults in a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday.    This is the second time Biden has been rated this low in this particular survey, with the first time occurring in January.  The Democratic president is seen in a drastically different light depending on respondents' political affiliation, with independents giving him an approval rating of 26 per cent.  Seventy-six per cent of Democrats, on the other hand, approve of the job Biden is doing, while just 12 per cent disapprove.   At the same time, just 3 per cent of Republicans surveyed approve of the job Biden is doing, while a whopping 94 per cent disapprove.  President Joe Biden's approval rating stands at 33 per cent in a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday The Democratic president is seen in a drastically different light depending on respondents' political affiliation Among the smaller group of registered voters, Biden's approval rating stands at 35 per cent.   Biden gets graded slightly higher when Americans were asked specifically about his handling of Russia's invasion into Ukraine.  Thirty-nine per...
    Washington (CNN)Fifty-two percent of Americans say Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas should recuse himself from cases related to the 2020 election in the wake of recently revealed texts Thomas' wife, Ginni, had sent about the efforts to overturn the election, according to a Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday.The slight majority of Americans that say Thomas should recuse himself includes 79% of Democrats, 53% of independents and 28% of Republicans. Overall, 39% say Thomas should not recuse himself, with 9% unsure.Respondents to the survey were told that "it's been reported that Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, communicated with former President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff, urging him to pursue efforts to overturn Joe Biden's 2020 election victory."The results underscore recent criticism of Thomas from progressives and some legal ethics experts who see his wife's political activism as a potential conflict of interest for Thomas' work on some Supreme Court cases. Read MoreIn text messages between Virginia "Ginni" Thomas and then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, obtained by the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the...
    (CNN)Americans' support for economic sanctions on Russia is broad and bipartisan, according to new polling on the public's response to the war in Ukraine. And so far, that's the case even when the potential for higher gas prices is considered. At the same time, the American public largely continues to oppose direct military action on the part of the US. Below, here are some of the main takeaways from five recent released surveys of US adults, conducted between March 7-14.SanctionsAmericans are largely united in condemning Russia's actions. Just 7% in a Monmouth University poll say that Russia's actions in Ukraine are justified, with a comparably low 10% of Republicans and 7% of Democrats feeling that way. An 87% majority in an ABC News/Ipsos survey say that Russian President Vladimir Putin bears at least a good amount of blame for the war between Russia and Ukraine. Support for economic sanctions is robust across these polls, regardless of the precise framing of the questions. And while people aren't always great at forecasting how they might react to future developments, the surveys...
    Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is boasting about his lead over Republican primary challenger David Perdue and strength against presumptive Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams in two fresh polls. Pointing to public polling from Quinnipiac University and a survey for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Kemp campaign emphasized in a memo sent to campaign contributors that the governor is performing better against Abrams than Perdue, a former senator. The memorandum highlights Kemp’s 43% to 36% lead over Perdue in the Quinnipiac poll. Perdue, endorsed in the Georgia GOP gubernatorial primary by former President Donald Trump, was ousted after one term in Washington in a Jan. 5, 2021, runoff election. “In December, the Perdue campaign released an internal poll conducted by their own pollster that showed Perdue leading in the primary field. Every public poll released since, including our campaign’s internal polling, have proven the Perdue polling operation incorrect,” reads the Kemp campaign’s memo, issued Thursday and obtained by the Washington Examiner. DOWN-BALLOT REPUBLICANS HAVE ADVANTAGE AS BIDEN DRAGS DOWN DEMOCRATS: POLL In the poll conducted for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Kemp led Abrams 48%...
    Democrat candidate Stacey Abrams is in a virtual tie with her top opponents, incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp (R) and former Sen. David Perdue (R-GA), in the race for Georgia governor, according to a new poll released Wednesday. The poll, conducted by Quinnipiac University from January 19 to 24 among 1,702 registered voters, found that in hypothetical general election matchups, Kemp leads Abrams by two points, 49 percent to 47 percent, while Perdue and Abrams are dead even at 48 percent each. Ahead of the general election in November, however, a highly competitive primary battle is brewing between Kemp and Perdue. Among 666 likely Republican primary voters, Perdue is trailing Kemp by seven points, 36 percent to 43 percent, but the former senator has gained support since the last public poll, a Fox 5 Atlanta/InsiderAdvantage poll conducted the evening of December 6, the same day Perdue announced his bid for office. Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp attends the election night event at the Classic Center on November 6, 2018, in Athens, Georgia. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) That poll found Perdue with just 22 percent support at the...
              by Casey Harper   President Joe Biden saw a flurry of setbacks on a range of key issues this week, making it one of his toughest since taking office. Biden addressed those difficulties in a speech Friday after losses in Congress, the Supreme Court, the court of public opinion and with the economy. “There’s a lot of talk about disappointments and things we haven’t gotten done,” Biden said during his remarks. ‘We’re gonna get a lot of them done, I might add.” One of the biggest blows to the Biden administration this week was the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to halt Biden’s federal vaccine mandate for private sector employers with at least 100 workers. The mandate was a key part of Biden’s recent COVID-related efforts and may set the stage for other vaccine mandates to be questioned. Meanwhile, several economic indicators made a poor showing this week. Jobless claims increased, and new data showed that retail sales fell 1.9% in December. The Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics also released figures on two major inflation markers this week, the...
    A top White House official penned a memo this week disputing a poll that has President Joe Biden's approval in the basement at 33 percent – by citing polls and poll averages that still have the president in the low 40s. White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jen O'Malley Dillon wrote the memo in response to the latest Quinnipiac University poll – which has Biden underwater at 33-53, which would be a low point. The same survey had Biden at 36 per cent in November. O'Malley Dillon, who managed Biden's campaign, assembled the memo to argue the poll is 'very likely an outlier.' She responds to the survey by citing a raft of other polls that, while higher, still have Biden trailing other presidents in their first year in office and showing signs of deep political trouble. He's at least at 43!  President Joe Biden's 33 percent approval in a Quinnipiac poll is an 'outlier,' writes White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer O'Malley Dillon She notes that Biden's approval in the FiveThirtyEight average of all public polls has him at...
    (CNN)The White House wants to get something straight: President Joe Biden is unpopular. But he's not that unpopular.Yes, really.Witness a polling memo released Thursday night by deputy White House chief of staff Jen O'Malley Dillon that takes issue with a new Quinnipiac University poll that shows Biden's job approval at a meager 33%."This week's Quinnipiac poll, just like Quinnipiac's poll for the last five months, is very likely an outlier," writes Dillon.As evidence, she cites the FiveThirtyEight running poll average (of all polls conducted) that shows Biden with an average job approval score of 43%. She blames Biden's low numbers in the Q poll on the higher-than-average percentage of people saying they "don't know" in response to the question of whether they approve or disapprove of the job Biden is doing." Concludes Dillon: "This is likely in part because Quinnipiac still exclusively uses a method called RDD (Random Digit Dialing, calling phone numbers at random) to collect data, a method which many major organizations have abandoned."Read MoreWhich, maybe!But, take a step back here. This is the Biden White House fighting...
    PRESIDENT Joe Biden's approval rating is trending on Twitter after the release of the results of a Quinnipiac University poll The result of the poll was the lowest of any major public poll conducted during his presidency. 2Biden's approval rating is the lowest of any public poll conducted during his time as president, according to the Quinnipiac University pollCredit: The Mega Agency Why is #LowApprovalRatingJoe trending on Twitter? In the latest Quinnipiac University poll, President Biden's approval rating has dropped to 33%, a 17-point decline from February. The poll, which was conducted from January 7 to 10 and released on Wednesday, indicated that 33% of the 1,313 respondents polled approve of Biden's job performance, while 53% disapprove.  Only 10% of those polled did not have an opinion on his performance. Following the release of this poll, users took to Twitter to express their opinion on the newly released information. Most read in NewsNO HONOUR Andrew STRIPPED of royal title & military honours by Queen'SQUATTER-LIKE' HOME Fights reported at 'messy' home where missing girl, 7, was last seenMEGA BOMBSHELL? Meg's dad...
    Kayleigh McEnany, former White House press secretary and co-host of "Outnumbered," characterized President Biden's ever-sinking poll numbers as a "five-alarm fire" for his administration and warned it will invite primary challengers. She said Thursday that Biden is the most divisive president she has seen in 20 years. ONLY A THIRD OF AMERICANS GIVE BIDEN A THUMBS-UP IN NEW NATIONAL POLL KAYLEIGH MCENANY: He gave his inauguration speech and used some version of the word ‘unity’ like half a dozen times. This is the most divisive president I have seen in the last two decades, especially when you look at the numbers. When you drill down into them, that Quinnipiac poll, the left-wing poll, he's decided to pivot to division. I agree with Douglas Murray – that speech that he gave was one of the most divisive I have heard. … This is division, division, division and Americans are noticing it, because when Quinnipiac asked, ‘Is he uniting us or dividing us?’ 49 percent said dividing, 42 percent said unifying.  So Americans are recognizing the strategy, and I hope the administration...
    MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd expressed shock over what he called a “new bottom” as President Joe Biden’s approval rating has gone down. “I know they’re never supposed to look at the poll numbers, but, my goodness, in the last six months it does seem as if the Haley Barber saying of ‘good gets better and bad gets worse’ is been true,” said Todd on Thursday’s MTP Daily. “Every time I think the White House thought they’ve hit bottom there seems to be a new bottom.” Only 33 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s presidency, while 53 percent disapprove of it, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. NBC News chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander concurred with Todd’s assessment. “Yeah, that’s right, and they have to hope that the most recent poll that just came out, this from Quinnipiac that says the president’s approval rating is hovering at 33%, which is to say that only one in three Americans approve of the way the president’s handling his job right now,” said Alexander. “They have to hope that that is an outlier, but either way it’s part of what’s been a crummy trajectory for this White House. So many of the numbers...
    Just one-third of Americans approve of the job President BidenJoe BidenMcConnell: Rounds 'told the truth' about 2020 election Abrams thanks Biden for Georgia speech, backs call for Senate rules change Overnight Health Care — Biden officials take heat at Senate hearing MORE is doing, a new low for the president in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. The poll showed Biden's approval rating had dipped slightly from last November, when his approval rating was 36 percent. It continued a troubling trend for Biden, whose approval rating has steadily declined in each Quinnipiac Poll released over the last several months. And it follows a broader trend of underwater polling numbers for Biden as he grapples with a series of difficult issues to tackle, such as rising prices, a persistent coronavirus pandemic and disagreements within his own party that have stalled progress on his Build Back Better agenda. Wednesday's tough poll numbers are attributed largely to poor marks from independent voters, 57 percent of whom said they disapproved of Biden's job performance, compared to 25 percent who approved. Biden also saw his approval among Democrats dip from...
    Texas Gov. Greg AbbottGreg AbbottTexas school district pulls 400 books from libraries after state GOP lawmaker's inquiry DOJ sues over Texas's redistricting plan Sunday shows preview: Multiple states detect cases of the omicron variant MORE has a 15-point edge over his main Democratic rival, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas), according to a new Quinnipiac University poll, a staggering lead that underscores the challenges ahead for Democrats in the state next year. In a hypothetical head-to-head matchup, Abbott leads O’Rourke 52 percent to 37 percent. He also has stronger support among voters from his own party. Ninety percent of Republicans say they back Abbott, while 87 percent of Democrats support O’Rourke in the race. The poll suggests that Abbott is the early favorite to win the race for Texas governor next year. O’Rourke, who ran a close Senate campaign against Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzInstagram chief gets bipartisan grilling over harm to teens McConnell faces GOP pushback on debt deal Democrats seek to avoid internal disputes over Russia and China MORE (R-Texas) in 2018 before mounting a bid for the...
    Former President Donald Trump suffered from negative poll numbers during his four year tenure in the White House, and now his successor is currently suffering the same fate, with a new national poll indicating that President Biden’s standing among Americans remains well underwater. Just 37% of Americans questioned in a Quinnipiac University survey say they approve of the job Biden’s doing as president, with 52% giving him a thumbs down. The poll was conducted Oct. 15-18 and released on Tuesday. Adding to Biden's political peril, just 28% of registered independents give the president a thumbs up on his job performance, while 56% do not. The Quinnipiac survey indicated that Republicans, by a 95%-3% margin, disapproved of how the president’s handling his duties in the White House, with Democrats approving 80%-11%. The president’s numbers are basically unchanged from Quinnipiac’s previous national poll – conducted in early October – when Biden stood at 38%-53% approval/disapproval.  CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST POLLING FROM FOX NEWS  Biden’s approval rating hovered in the low-to-mid-50s during his first six months in the White House. But the...
    President Joe Biden’s approval rating continues to fall, with 37 percent of Americans approving the job he is doing, according to a Quinnipiac poll released on Tuesday. While only 37 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance, 52 percent disapprove. The numbers are similar when asked about their opinion of the president.  Only 38 percent of Americans report a favorable opinion of Biden, whereas 50 percent have an unfavorable opinion.  Biden’s approval numbers have drastically declined since his botched Afghanistan pullout at the end of August. The last time Biden’s approval rating was positive was in the days leading up to the August 31 Afghanistan withdrawal. Federal vaccine mandates and a looming supply chain crisis have likely contributed to Biden’s declining numbers.  Biden Job Approval Among Adults:Approve 37%Disapprove 52%.Among RV:Approve 40%Disapprove 51% .@QuinnipiacPoll 10/15-18https://t.co/LssjHB1Wqf — Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 19, 2021 In the same poll, numbers showed Republicans still overwhelmingly support former President Donald Trump and would like to see him run for office again in 2024. According to Quinnipiac, 78 percent of Republicans want to see Trump run...
    Trump has continued to publicly voice his opinions on various issues since exiting the White House earlier this year. "COVID is raging out of control, our supply chains are crashing with little product in our stores, we were humiliated in Afghanistan, our Border is a complete disaster, gas prices and inflation are zooming upward—how's Biden doing? Do you miss me yet?" he said in a statement last week.
    On CNN’s Newsroom on Thursday, the network took great pains to cushion the blow of President Joe Biden‘s latest record low polling numbers. Above a chyron that said Biden’s approval rating “dips” to “all-time low,” anchor Ana Cabrera segued to the stunning new Quinnipiac poll numbers from a story about the debt ceiling fight by way of an impressively belabored throat-clearing. “A debt crisis appears to be averted for now,” Cabrera began, launching into a laundry list of factors affecting Biden’s approval. “But as we just mentioned the president’s economic agenda still hasn’t passed, there’s ongoing fallout over Afghanistan and the Mexico border crisis and, of course, we’re still in the pandemic, and all of that has sent president Biden’s approval rating to an all-time low,” said Cabrera. “Just 38% of Americans approve of his job performance, according to this new Quinnipiac University poll. That is down from 42% just three weeks ago,” she continued. Cabrera then questioned the premise of her own segment by saying that other polls show a rosier result. “Other recent surveys aren’t quite so...
    A majority of voters disapprove of President BidenJoe BidenBiden and Xi Jinping to hold virtual summit by end of this year Facebook whistleblower to meet with Jan. 6 committee: report On The Money — Presented by NRHC — Senate nears debt ceiling ceasefire MORE's job performance, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University, which found the president is struggling to keep support among independent voters in particular. The poll found 38 percent of those surveyed approve of Biden's job performance, while 53 percent disapprove. Biden's numbers dropped from a Quinnipiac poll released last month that found 42 percent had approved of his performance and 50 percent disapproved. The dip can largely be contributed to Biden's loss of support among independents, 60 percent of whom said they disapproved of his job performance. In September, the poll found 52 percent of independents gave Biden poor marks. The survey found Biden got his strongest rating on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, where the White House has taken a more aggressive approach to vaccine mandates in recent weeks as cases, hospitalizations and deaths...
    A recent poll from Quinnipiac University revealed that Republicans are gaining momentum on Democrats — now by five percent — when asking Hispanic respondents. Democrats are barely leading the Republicans, having only five percent more, among Hispanic respondents. Democrats received 48 percent, while the Republicans received only 43 percent. Nine percent also did not give an opinion. The respondents were asked, “If the election were today, would you want to see the Republican Party or the Democratic Party win control of the United States House of Representatives?” Republicans trailing democrats with Hispanics nationally by just 5% (43% v 48%) in this generic ballot. pic.twitter.com/Pe0szG7KFU — EJ (@Ejmiller25) October 5, 2021 Overall, 47 percent of the registered voters said they would rather see the Republican Party win control of the House. In comparison, only 44 percent of the registered voters overall said they would want the Democrats. There was also nine percent who did not give an opinion. The last time the Republicans led the Democrats in the poll to win control of the House majority from a Quinnipiac poll was July 2014, when the Republicans had 46 percent as opposed...
    A new poll reveals President Biden's lowest approval rating yet, as Congress remains at an impasse at the sweeping spend plans that will define his presidency and the threat of debt default loom.    Just 38% approve of Biden's job as president, and 53% disapprove, according to a poll from Quinnipiac University. Three weeks ago, the same poll found that 42% approved and 50% disapproved.   Thirty-two percent of Independents approve of Biden while 60% disapprove. Four percent of Republicans approve, 94% disapprove. Still, 80% of Democrats approve of the president's job overall and 10% disapprove.     Thirty-two percent of Independents approve of Biden while 60% disapprove. Four percent of Republicans approve, 94% disapprove. Still, 80% of Democrats approve of the president's job overall and 10% disapprove.    Biden received his lowest marks on immigration, where only 25% approve and 67% disapprove, and also received low marks on his 'first love,' foreign policy, where only 34% approved and 58% disapproved.  Of his job as commander-in-chief, 37% approved, 58% disapproved, according to the poll.   Roughly three in 10 Americans (28%) agreed with Biden's...
    President Biden’s standing among Americans keeps sinking, according to new national poll. The president’s approval rating stands at just 38%, with disapproval at 53% in a Quinnipiac University survey released on Wednesday. That’s down from a 42%-50% approval/disapproval rating for Biden in a survey Quinnipiac University conducted last month. The president received negative scores in the double digits on all but one key issue asked in the new poll, which was conducted Oct. 1-4. And a majority of those surveyed said the Biden administration is not competent in running the federal government. BIDEN APPROVAL RATINGS DRAGGED DOWN BY PLUNGE IN SUPPORT AMONG INDEPENDENTS "Battered on trust, doubted on leadership, and challenged on overall competency, President Biden is being hammered on all sides as his approval rating continues its downward slide to a number not seen since the tough scrutiny of the Trump administration," Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said. Biden’s approval rating hovered in the low to mid 50s during his first six months in the White House. But the president’s numbers started sagging in August, in the wake of...
    A poll from Quinnipiac University released Tuesday showed that a generic Republican on the ballot is favored to take back the House of Representatives in the midterm elections next year. Forty-seven percent of the registered voters said they would rather see the Republican Party win control of the House, while only 44 percent of the registered voters said they would want the Democrats. There were also nine percent who did not give an opinion. However, in September, the results were almost the opposite; 43 percent of registered voters said the Republican Party, while 47 percent said the Democrat party. There were also 11 percent who did not give an opinion. The registered voters were asked, “If the election were today, would you want to see the Republican Party or the Democratic Party win control of the United States House of Representatives?” “Though the numbers are not overwhelming, they signal a potentially ominous trend for Democrats as a plurality of voters recommend tossing out the party that controls the House,” said Tim Malloy, a polling analyst at Quinnipiac University. The last time the Republicans led the Democrats in the...
    A pollster that typically leans toward Democrats shows the Republican Party with a lead in its latest generic congressional ballot poll, a potentially concerning sign for Democrats as next year's midterms loom. "Though the numbers are not overwhelming, they signal a potentially ominous trend for Democrats as a plurality of voters recommend tossing out the party that controls the House," said Tim Malloy, an analyst at Quinnipiac University Polling, the pollster behind the latest numbers. The poll asked Americans which party they would prefer controlled the House of Representatives if the election were held today. Among registered voters, 47% said they would prefer Republicans, while 44% said they would rather see Democrats in control. KARL ROVE: DEMOCRATS WILL LOSE THE HOUSE IN 2022, THE QUESTION IS BY HOW MUCH The numbers could be more troublesome for Democrats than they appear on the surface, due to Quinnipiac's tendency to slightly bias toward their party. According to opinion poll analysis done by data journalism publication FiveThirtyEight, Quinnipiac receives an "A-" grade for accuracy but has a typical bias of about 0.5 points...
    President Joe Biden’s job approval rating in Texas took a steep downturn by a net 24 points, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. The poll, conducted September 24–27 among 863 registered Texas voters, found that 32 percent approve of Biden’s job handling, while 61 percent disapprove. Another six percent did not provide a response. The same Texas poll was last taken in June, and that one found 45 percent approved of Biden’s job handling, while 50 percent disapproved, which means that since June, approval of the president has fallen a net 24 points. Broken down by issue, the president’s approval ratings in September on both coronavirus and border policy plummeted, a net 26 points and a net 16 points, respectively. While the coronavirus question saw the greater drop, Biden’s approval rating on the border question is far lower, sitting at 20 percent approval versus 71 percent disapproval. The ongoing southern border crisis has the greatest direct impact on Texas — the state with the longest shared border with Mexico — and Biden’s dramatic ratings drop coincides with a new element to the...
    Texans are not on board with Gov. Greg Abbott's actions against abortion rights and COVID safety measures, according to new Quinnipiac University polling. Most Texas voters do not want to see Republican Gov. Greg Abbott reelected in 2022, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. The survey, released Tuesday, found 51% of registered voters in the state do not believe Abbott deserves a third term. Just 42% said he deserves reelection. Back in June, the same pollster found 48% opposed to his reelection and 46% in favor. For the first time since Quinnipiac began polling Texans in April 2018, more voters disapproved of Abbott than approved, by a margin of 44%-47%. Voters said, 48%-45%, that the governor is taking the state in the wrong direction. While Abbott received positive ratings for his handling of the economy (53%-39%), voters disapprove of his handling of the U.S.-Mexican border (43%-46%), the coronavirus response (46%-50%), and abortion (37%-53%). According to a separate Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, by a 60%-31% margin, Texans back the 1973...
    President Joe Biden’s approval ratings on immigration have crashed, according to a poll of Texas voters by Quinnipiac. The September 24-27 poll of 863 registered voters showed that Biden’s immigration ratings have plunged to 20 percent approval, with 71 percent disapproval. Much of the credit for the poll damage should be shared with Biden’s own border chief, Alejandro Mayorkas. The poll was taken as the TV networks showed how Mayorkas’ welcome for migrants helped cause the landing by 30,000 migrants in Del Rio, Texas. In June, 29 percent of registered Texas voters backed Biden’s loose-border policies, according to a prior Quinnipiac survey. The brutal Quinnipiac ratings are a huge contrast from industry-funded, pro-amnesty, rose-tinted push polls used to promote the pending amnesties in the U.S. Senate. For example, a September 1 survey by the American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC) claims that roughly 75 percent of voters support the amnesty proposals in the Democrats’ budget-reconciliation spending bill. US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas testifies during a hearing to discuss security threats 20 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, on September 21,...
    More Texas voters believe Gov. Greg AbbottGreg AbbottProposed Texas map adds two new congressional districts to Austin, Houston Texas surpasses 4 million COVID-19 cases threshold The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Alibaba - Democrats stare down 'hell' week MORE (R) does not deserve to be reelected, according to a poll released on Tuesday. The survey conducted by Quinnipiac University found that 51 percent of registered voters in Texas believe Abbott does not deserve to be reelected, compared to 42 percent who said the governor deserves a third term. The opposition to Abbott’s reelection was up from June, when a separate Quinnipiac poll found that 46 percent of Texas voters supported Abbott’s 2022 reelection bid, compared to 48 percent who did not. The most recent poll also found that only 44 percent of Texans approve of the way Abbott is handling his job as governor, compared to 47 percent who disapprove of the work he has done. Those numbers, according to Quinnipiac, mark the first time since the firm started polling on the Lone Star State that Abbott’s approval rating has sunk below...
    Despite the protestations of the Supreme Court's conservative justices, the American public gets it—the court's center of gravity is now too far outside the mainstream to be trusted. On Wednesday, yet another poll found the high court's approval plummeting—the third such poll in roughly a week. The Marquette University Law School poll shows the court's approval plunging 11 points since July to 49%. The survey put the court's approval at 60% in July and 66% a year ago. That's quite a fall from grace—from two-thirds approval down to less-than-majority approval in a single year. It's also the third poll in roughly a week to put the Supreme Court's approval rating underwater. Approval Disapproval Quinnipiac 37% 50% Monmouth 42% 45% Marquette 49% 50% In the cases of both the Quinnipiac and Marquette polls, the high court has seen a pretty wild swing in approval over the course of about a year. Quinnipiac found a 15-point drop in approval since its poll in July 2020 and Marquette similarly found a 17-point...
    (CNN)Fewer than one-third of Americans want to see the Roe v. Wade decision overturned, according to a set of three polls released over the past week, with key elements of Texas' restrictive new abortion law also garnering relatively little support in the polls.In a Marquette Law School survey released Wednesday, just 20% of the public favors overturning Roe v. Wade, with 50% opposed to doing so, and another 29% say they haven't heard anything or haven't heard enough to have an opinion on the ruling. In a Monmouth University poll, 62% of Americans say the Supreme Court should leave the decision as is, compared with 31% who want to revisit it. And in a Quinnipiac University survey, Americans say, 67% to 27%, that they generally agree with the 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a woman's right to an abortion. Those results track with polls earlier this year that also found majority opposition to the idea of overturning Roe v. Wade.The court is scheduled to hear oral arguments on a Mississippi law that would ban abortion after 15 weeks, a...
    President Joe Biden’s approval rating on the Chinese coronavirus has sunk underwater after he placed vaccine mandates on mid-sized to large businesses and federal employees and contractors, according to Tuesday’s Quinnipiac University poll. Only 48 percent of U.S. adult respondents approve of Biden’s handling of the coronavirus crisis with 49 disapproving. In August, those numbers were flipped. Fifty-three percent approved and 40 percent disapproved. In just one month, Biden’s disapproval rating on coronavirus has jumped nine points while his approval rating has shrunk five points. The terrible numbers for Biden on his strongest issue going into the 2020 election seems to be due to independents, who marked Biden in the Tuesday poll at a 44 percent approval rating on coronavirus with a 53 disapproval rating. NEW Quinnipiac national poll (Sept 10-13): Biden approval/disapproval: 42/50Biden handing of coronavirus: 48/49. First national poll Ive seen showing Biden underwater on COVID approval. Conducted entirely after his call for vaccine mandates.https://t.co/y5GE7AjFJ0 — Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) September 14, 2021 The respondents also revealed in the poll that 70 percent of Americans say they are dissatisfied with...
    "If there ever was a honeymoon for President Biden, it is clearly over. This is, with few exceptions, a poll full of troubling negatives... from overall job approval, to foreign policy, to the economy," Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said. While 48% approve of the president's handling of the coronavirus response, 49% disapprove. Those figures mark a notable shift compared to the poll conducted from late July through early August which found that 53% approved while 40% disapproved. According to the Quinnipiac University poll website, "1,210 U.S. adults nationwide were surveyed from September 10th - 13th with a margin of error of +/- 2.8 percentage points." #PresidentBiden underwater on job approval and handling of key issues; more than 6 in 10 Americans believe U.S. tro… https://t.co/Scn2sk3VrR — Quinnipiac University Poll (@Quinnipiac University Poll)1631645293.0
    A new poll claims President Joe Biden's job approval is "underwater" as a majority of Americans negatively score his withdrawal from Afghanistan and criticize his handling of climate change. Quinnipiac University's announcement of the poll stated" Biden Underwater On Job Approval And Handling Of Key Issues. The poll was released Tuesday and features responses from 1,210 U.S. adults nationwide, 50% of Americans disapprove of Biden's job performance as president while 42% approve. As compared to last month's approval rating, Biden fell four percentage points. In late August, 46% of Americans approved and 43 percent disapproved, according to Quinnipiac. Among party lines, Democrats approve 88 to 7 percent, while Republicans disapprove 91 - 7 percent and independents disapprove 52 - 34 percent. MILLEY SECRETLY CALLED CHINESE OFFICIALS OUT OF FEAR TRUMP WOULD 'ATTACK' IN FINAL DAYS, BOOK CLAIMS Biden also received a negative score for his handling of foreign policy, with 59 percent stating they did not approve. Fifty-five percent of Americans who were surveyed in the poll also disapproved of Biden's handling of his job as Commander in Chief of...
    President Biden’s standing among Americans continues to slide, according to new national poll released on Tuesday. Facing a barrage of bipartisan criticism for a month over his handling of the turbulent U.S. withdrawal and evacuation from Afghanistan, and with an ongoing surge in new COVID cases due to the spread across the country this summer of the highly infectious delta variant, the president’s approval rating stands at 42% and his disapproval at 50% in a Quinnipiac University survey conducted Sept. 10-13. That’s a significant drop from Quinnipiac’s previous national survey in early August, when the president stood at 46% approval 43% disapproval. And it’s the first time Biden’s job approval rating has dropped into negative territory in Quinnipiac polling since the start of his presidency in January. CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST FOX NEWS REPORTING ON THE AFGHANISTAN EXIT The president’s approval rating hovered in the low to mid 50s during his first six months in the White House. But Biden’s numbers started sliding last month, as the crisis in Afghanistan dominated media coverage and mask mandates started returning in...
    Most Florida voters don’t want Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisMajority of Florida residents support requiring masks in schools Hochul makes New York the 31st state to have had a female governor The Memo: Boos for Trump show scale of vaccine challenge MORE to run for president in 2024, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday.  Fifty-nine percent of those surveyed said they want their current governor to sit out the next presidential contest  including 61 percent of independents, the poll found. Democrats were overwhelmingly opposed to the idea, with 96 percent saying DeSantis shouldn’t seek his party’s nomination in 2024.  Republicans, however, are more enthusiastic about a potential DeSantis presidential run. Sixty-seven percent of those respondents said they want him to seek the White House next time around, while just about one quarter – 24 percent – want to see him forgo a run.  DeSantis, a former congressman who’s expected to seek a second term in the governor’s mansion in 2022, has seen his political star rise among conservatives over the past year as he bucked some of...
    (CNN)Poll of the week: A new Quinnipiac University poll finds that President Joe Biden's approval rating stands at 46%, while his disapproval rating sits at 43%. His approval rating in Quinnipiac's previous poll was 49%. A look at the average of all the polls gives Biden a slightly better spread: an approval rating of 50% and a disapproval rating of 44%What's the point: Two weeks ago, I noted that Biden's approval rating had not moved during the first six months of his administration. Relative to history, Biden's approval rating is still quite steady. But for the first time in his administration, you can see that there has been a slight but noticeable decline in his approval rating. This drop has coincided with a dip in how Americans view his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Throughout the first six months of Biden's term, his approval rating always stood at between 51% and 55%. When it hit 51%, it quickly rebounded into the mid-50s. In fact, his approval rating averaged 53% during his first six months in office. Read MoreOver the last...
    A bipartisan majority of New York voters said they want Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to resign and be charged with a crime in response to the independent investigators’ report that came out earlier in the week, according to a poll. Seven out of ten respondents said Cuomo should resign as governor, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. This is compared to the 25 percent that said he should not resign. A poll in March, before the investigation came out, showed only 43 percent of respondents wanted Cuomo to resign. Broken down by party, 57 percent of Democrats, 88 percent of Republicans, and 76 percent of independents felt he should not be in office. This shows, regardless of party affiliation, the majority of people want to see Cuomo out. Sixty-three percent of the respondents favored impeachment when asked if the governo “should be impeached and removed from office.” Fifty-five percent of the respondents agreed that Cuomo “should be charged with a crime based on what they have heard or read about the allegations of sexual harassment against him.” This is compared to...
    His Fraudulency Joe Biden is doing such a terrible job, even the far-left fake pollsters at Quinnipiac couldn’t juice their latest poll to lift him over 50 percent approval. “President Biden gets a mixed job approval rating, with 46 percent of Americans approving and 43 percent disapproving,” reports the fake pollster. “This compares to a positive 49 — 41 percent job approval in May.” Quinnipiac — Quinnipiac! — has His Fraudulency at 46 percent approval. Quinnipiac is one of the most biased and fraudulent pollsters the world has ever seen. This is how fake Quinnipiac is… In 2020, Quinnipiac had Biden winning Florida by 5; Trump won by 3. In Ohio, they had Biden up by 4; Trump won by 8. In South Carolina, they predicted a tie between Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham and his Democrat opponent; Graham won by 11. Finally, they said Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) would lose re-election by 12; she won by 8. BANGOR, ME – NOVEMBER 03: Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) delivers election night remarks to supporters and staff on November 3, 2020 in Bangor,...
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