Biden’s support among African American voters is waning

Biden’s support among African American voters is waning


US President Joe Biden and his Democratic Party may be walking on thin ice as his ratings among US voters continue to plummet. Adding to Biden’s concerns, Biden’s support has now been observed to wane among African American voters. A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center found that Biden’s Proval Rating among African-American voters has fallen 7 percent since last September.

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US President Joe Biden and his Democratic Party may be walking on thin ice as his ratings among US voters continue to plummet. Adding to Biden’s concerns, Biden’s support has now been observed to wane among African American voters. A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center found that Biden’s Proval Rating among African-American voters has fallen 7 percent since last September.

In September last year, 67 percent of Africans proved Biden’s accomplishment. But now only 60 percent feel that way. African American voters traditionally vote for the Democratic Party, and a large dip in that vote bank could prove problematic for the party

The percentage of white voters supporting Biden has also declined. The number has increased from 37 percent to 33 percent. Biden’s support among Hispanics (52%) and Asians (55 voters) has remained somewhat flat.

When Biden took office after the 2020 US presidential election, there was a palpable sense of relief inside and outside the US, as Biden’s predecessor, Donald Trump, was viewed as an isolated leader with a right-wing bias. After taking office, Biden made a course correction in US foreign policy and again entered into deals and agreements with allies.

However, Biden’s stature took a massive blow after the disastrous US withdrawal from Afghanistan. The regime that had propped America up for two decades collapsed in a matter of weeks, and the US had to rely on Taliban help to get its own citizens out of the country.

Biden’s handling of the US Covid pandemic, particularly his vaccination mandates, have been contentious issues.

Midterm elections will be held in November this year. It is predicted that the Democratic Party could suffer a major defeat in the US Congress. If so, it will be even harder for Biden to get his legislation through Congress.

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