A new poll by CIVIQS provides more evidence that younger voters are turned off top Joe Biden. Will young voters register their disapproval of the Biden Administration in November?
I blogged a few days ago about polling data that showed younger voters turned off to Joe Biden and willing to look toward the GOP on important issues including on jobs and the economy.
The openness of young people to the GOP message could make the 2022 election a watershed moment in American politics.
During the past twenty years, majorities of younger voters have favored the Democratic Party while older voters have favored the Republican Party. Younger voters have been critical to the success of Democrats at all levels of government.
Now large numbers of young people have been turned off by the incompetence of the Biden Administration.
CIVIQS surveyed over 160,000 registered voters on their views of Joe Biden’s performance as president.
Their survey shows that generational differential in approval have disappeared.
A mere 26 percent of Americans under the age of 35 approved of Joe Biden’s handling of his job as president. Approval among younger voters was lower than the 34 percent approval rate for Biden among all voters.
Biden’s approval numbers are underwater is most major demographic groups. His approval levels are equally dismal among both highly educated young people and non-college graduates and among and men as well as women.
Most telling, only a slim majority—51 percent–young people that describe themselves as Democrats approve of the job that Biden has done as president and a mere 42 percent of young Blacks approve of Biden’s handling of his job.
Young Americans are clearly dissatisfied with the left-wing Biden agenda and are looking for a change.
But where will that change come from?
Here at GOUSA we are developing solutions that will provide greater opportunity for Americans of all ages. We want to make America the land of opportunity again.
The starting point is to define what opportunity looks like. That’s why we’ve develop the OppScore rating system and are rating politicians on whether their policies, votes and stances lead to greater or fewer opportunities for Americans.