Joe Biden’s Presidency has become an unmitigated disaster. And he’s only making it worse.
Because Joe Biden’s made a huge mistake that spells doom for the White House.
As President Joe Biden intensifies his campaign for reelection in 2024, there are numerous red flags.
None of these indications are more concerning than his performance with Black voters, a significant demographic that has always voted overwhelmingly in favor of Democrats in presidential elections.
However, compared to early in his presidency, when nearly 9 out of 10 Black people approved of his performance, Biden now has a 58% approval rating with Black voters, according to the most recent Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll.
Even worse, only 55% of respondents indicated they would likely support him in the general election and only 41% said they wanted him to seek for reelection.
In 2020, black voters in South Carolina saved Biden’s precarious candidacy. Biden didn’t look back after winning the primary in the Palmetto State on his way to earning the Democratic candidacy.
However, Republicans have subsequently made progress in winning over more Black voters; according to AP VoteCast, a thorough nationwide poll of the electorate, they received 14% of the Black vote in the 2022 midterm elections, compared to 8% in 2018.
In contrast to barely 8% in 2016, former president Donald Trump received 12% of the Black vote in 2020.
Joe Biden losing about half of his support from the black vote is a real problem for his White House administration in 2024.
Democrats heavily rely on the nearly 90% of the black vote that they can almost bank on as every election cycle comes and goes.
But that doesn’t seem to be the case for Joe Biden in his re-election efforts.
What’s important to remember is that Donald Trump has obviously exhibited being able to make serious strides with connecting with black voters, as he increased his black vote in 2020 by 50% over 2016.
But Donald Trump isn’t the only potential opponent that Joe Biden has to worry about.
Ron DeSantis has yet to announce, but he’s another potential Biden opponent that has demonstrated success with minority voters.
DeSantis outright beat his Democrat opponent, Charlie Crist, among hispanic voters in Florida during the last gubernatorial election.
Julio Ricardo Varela: DeSantis is winning the Latino vote. Democrats have no one to blame but themselves. https://t.co/DBJS3Ryrm0
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 6, 2022
The tides might finally be changing for the Democrats.
Their radical policies are alienating minority voters like the black community and the hispanic voters as well.
Expect to see Joe Biden falter with those normally reliable blocs in 2024.
Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.