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Biden Is So Horrible He’s Even Tanking With Typically Loyal Democrat Demographic

    President Joe Biden is a horrible president. No greater nugget of truth hath ever been spoken. You know it. I know it. Just about anyone with a solitary brain cell and a pulse knows it.

    But apparently, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University, it seems the Hispanic demographic knows it too.

    Yes, that’s right. One of the most commonly Democratic Party loyal groups of voters are none too happy with Joe Biden’s performance in the White House. How bad does one have to suck to accomplish this particular feat?

    Now if we take a Delorean at 88 miles per hour back to May 2021, another Quinnipiac poll reveals that Biden’s approval rating among Hispanics was pretty dang high at 55 percent after managing to land 59 percent of the Hispanic vote during the 2020 presidential election.

    But, as one of those liberal beatniks from back in the day once said, the times, they are a’changing.

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    The new poll released this week revealed that his approval numbers among Hispanics fell to 26 percent, which is just nudging over a quarter of the demographic.

    “Biden is less popular among Hispanics than any other demographic, including age and gender,” Fox News went on to say concerning poll results.

    Here are more details from The Daily Wire:

    A paltry 27% of Hispanics approved of Biden’s economic policies, a percentage even lower than the 32% of Americans nationwide. Hispanics ranked inflation as the most pressing issue concerning them.

    In March, Axios reported that their poll showed inflation had replaced COVID-19 as the major source for concern among Hispanics.

    “Getting prices under control is very clearly the number one priority for the majority of Hispanics and Latinos, and it underscores the challenges Biden is facing now,” Ipsos pollster Chris Jackson stated. “There’s not really a single issue that’s super-dominant, but we’re seeing a shift from a focus on COVID and COVID-related issues much more to inflation, cost pressures, supply chain breakdowns.”

    “If Republicans were to consistently draw just over 30 percent of the Hispanic vote, they would likely dominate American politics in both presidential and congressional races,” Merrill Matthews of the Institute for Policy Innovation said in his analysis of the data.



    Biden’s 21-point margin of victory among Hispanics in the 2020 election, 59%-38%, represented a steep decline from Hillary Clinton’s lead in 2016, when she won the Hispanic vote by a whopping 38 points, 66% to 28%.

    When it comes to the Hispanic demographic, Cubans are typically conservatives, remembering well the horrors of communism.

    A total of 58 percent of Cuban registered voters stated they were affiliated with or leaned toward being part of the Republican Party, while another 38 percent identified with the Democratic Party, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research center from fall 2020.

    And it seems that our president might have poured a little gasoline on the fire — and given the current price of gas that seems like a doubly stupid idea — when it comes to the growing disdain that Hispanics have for him as he eased up on restrictive policies that target Cuba and Venezuela.

    “The Biden Administration’s new policy removes the cap on dollar remittances that Americans may send to Cuba, reopens air travel to cities across the island, and restores travel by so-called educational groups,” The Wall Street Journal went on to state in a report. “The practical effect will be to supply the regime, which controls all commerce, with hard currency to keep its repression going.”

    “Who benefits from President Biden’s sudden U.S. opening to repressive communist Cuba?” an opinion piece published by The Miami Herald complained. “Not American democracy — and not Florida, where the move almost feels like a betrayal by Biden and his administration.”

    “By delivering a Cuba appeasement policy, offering Venezuela sanctions relief and removing Colombia’s communist Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) from the U.S. list of foreign terrorist organizations,” Biden gave Americans “reasons to believe that the left-wing rules the party,” the piece said.