While President Joe Biden vacationed, Kabul fell to the Taliban. Now, the Taliban will control more of Afghanistan on September 11, 2021 than they did on September 11, 2001—and attacks and violence on the ground are increasing rapidly. It is clear American voters are not content with President Biden’s continued passive posture towards the increasingly radical Democrat policies taking over our nation.
Democrats took both the White House and Congress in the 2020 election season, but failed policies and failed press conferences have demonstrated Democrats are not up to the difficult task of leading the nation. Far-left political posturing has divided voters, resulted in historic unemployment, and put American lives in danger domestically and abroad. The GOP has all but won back control of the House—and elections are still 15 months away.
The Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) surveyed American voters of all stripes to gauge their sentiments on a range of issues as we move closer to campaign season. Their responses point to frustration with 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue — indicating Democrats are likely to lose control of the House in 2022 as their party continues to duck out of press conferences and bungle major issues with the economy and foreign policy.
Just before President Biden’s failure in Afghanistan, his approval rating sat at just 43 percent, which was an eight-point drop from 51 percent nine weeks prior. And CEP’s latest polling shows him with a dismal 40 percent approval.