Biden has worst net approval rating in history at this time during his term

 January 6, 2024

President Joe Biden's 2024 reelection chances are seemingly dwindling before his eyes.

His campaign faces multiple problems, including a massive lack of enthusiasm and confidence from his base. Even worse for the campaign are the embarrassingly low polling numbers coming out by the day.

According to Breitbart, in the latest nightmare of a poll for Biden's 2024 campaign, the 81-year-old president set a new record -- and it's not the good kind of record.

At this time in office, roughly 1,080 days into his term, Biden holds the worst net approval rating in the history of the United States.

As it stands today, Biden's net approval rating is deep underwater, at -17.2 points.

The media ravaged former President Donald Trump at the same time in office, as his sat at -11.2 points. Obama fared better at -0.6 points. Other modern presidents were all above water in their net approval ratings.

Breitbart noted:

Biden’s popularity never recovered after he directed the deadly Afghanistan withdrawal in 2021. Soaring inflation after massive post-pandemic spending, low consumer sentiment, and draconian coronavirus mandates kept his approval numbers poor throughout 2022 and 2023.

The horrifying news for the Biden campaign comes at the same time that the president faces multiple challenges with his base of support, including virtually zero enthusiasm from his own party.

That's in deep contrast with Trump, who doesn't seem to have a problem keeping his base excited and ready to get out to the polls.

Trump has also bested Biden in several high-profile national polls, with many of those polls making headlines as the Democratic Party and their allies in the mainstream media have a total meltdown.

While the Biden campaign is working overtime to manipulate voters via social media that things aren't as bad as they seem, it's obviously a strategy that's not panning out.

It's not difficult to understand why. At the end of the day, politics aside, working-class Americans are sick and tired of draining their bank accounts just to afford daily needs like groceries, gas, and rent.

Toss in a crisis like the one at the southern U.S. border, and combine that with a consistent string of gaffes from a president who looks like he should be in an assisted living facility, and it's no wonder his own base is worried about another four years under him.

Many high-profile Democrats have already indirectly or directly called for Biden to reconsider running in 2024. Many want him replaced with a younger, fresher face.