A new Quinnipiac Poll shows how Biden has intensified the class divide. As Stephen Cortes points out, Biden’s approval on the economy among non-college educated whites is an astounding negative 54 percent.
That’s not surprising. Biden’s policies–destroying the energy industry, growing an already bloated government, coddling corporate monopolies–mainly benefit the laptop class while shafting blue collar workers.
Overall, Biden is at 34 percent. Among men on the economy, he’s at an abysmal 26 percent approval / 67 percent disapproval. That’s an eye-watering 41 point gap. Biden’s standing with independents is also terrible. Less than one in four approve of Biden’s handling of the economy, 66 percent disapprove.
Independents and Americans overall are eager to elect Republicans to stop the mess that Biden and the Democrats are making in Washington. Quinnipiac writes:
Republicans and Democrats overwhelmingly back their own parties. Independents say 41 – 31 percent they would want to see Republicans win control of the U.S. House of Representatives, while 28 percent did not offer an opinion.
Americans say 46 – 40 percent they would want to see the Republican Party win control of the U.S. Senate, while 15 percent did not offer an opinion. Independents say 44 – 34 percent that they would want to see the Republican Party win control of the U.S. Senate, and 22 percent did not offer an opinion.
Among Republicans, Biden is at 4 percent approval. Quinnipiac must have dialed Liz Cheney and Bill Kristol to get the number to four percent..