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With No Broad-Based Coalition Democrats May Face Embarrassing Midterm Loss

The Hill calls recent decisions by the Democratic Party an “electorate disaster” in a recent article. 

Democrats and Republicans hold diametrically opposite views of President Joe Biden’s performance. In the latest survey, 92% of Democrats approve and 6% disapprove of the job Biden is doing, while 4% of Republicans approve and 94% disapprove.

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Since August, Democrats have been caught up in an intraparty feud over the size and scope of a massive legislative package comprised of their social spending priorities, the “Build Back Better” plan, which the public arguably knows more by its multitrillion-dollar price tag than by its content.

As tensions rise on the House floor regarding the controversial Build Back Better bill, with both parties on the fence over a number of causes: the possibility of a fourth stimulus check, universal pre-kindergarten, vaccination mandates, and others, it seems that unity might be far from the horizons. 

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Things only seem a lot worse considering the downward spiral the country has entered economically due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

President Joe Biden’s job approval rating is holding steady at 42% after a sharp decline in September. His public support has fallen 14 percentage points since June, including a six-point drop last month.

Biden began his term with relatively solid approval ratings, ranging between 54% and 57% from January through June. His approval dropped to 50% in July and 49% in August as coronavirus infections surged in the U.S.

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The chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in late August, which included the deaths of more than a dozen U.S. military personnel in a terrorist attack at the Kabul airport, was likely the reason Biden’s September job approval rating fell further to 43%.

His latest rating suggests no improvement in his public support, as Democrats delayed passage of a pair of infrastructure bills due to internal disagreements on their size and scope. 

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The next few years in the Biden administration may be some very hard years, and people can only hope for the best, but some may argue that his critics hope for the worst. 

Stay updated with more news here with us at the East County Gazette. 

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