Economy And Immigration Earn Biden His Lowest Approval Rating Yet

President Joe Biden is probably looking as confused as ever as his approval rating has dropped to its lowest point in his presidency.

According to an ABC News-Ipsos poll released on Sunday, Biden’s approval rating is at a pathetic 33%, beating out former President Donald Trump’s lowest rating of 36%. A president hasn’t seen such low numbers since former President George W. Bush from 2006 to 2008, according to The Hill.

While “Sleepy Joe” might dismiss the latest numbers as he has done in the past, there’s no doubt when looking at the overall well-being of the country.

One of the biggest strikes against Biden is inflation. As the Biden administration continues to say that Bidenomics is working, the American people beg to differ. The majority of Americans live paycheck to paycheck and cannot afford a $500 hospital bill today if they had to.

Americans are also struggling at the grocery store. Stacy Washington of the radio show “Stacy on the Right” told Fox News that Democrats like Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) are in denial when they say the economy is improving. She noted that a can of mushrooms cost $1.89 in Biden’s America, compared to $0.88 in Trump’s America.

In March 2021, Biden’s approval rating for the economy was 65%. According to the poll, only 31% of Americans agreed with Biden’s handling of the economy. A whopping 71% of Americans reported that the economy is bad, contrasting with the administration, which says that the economy is improving.

Behind inflation, the crisis at the southern border has many Americans, regardless of political party, believing that the border needs to be secure. Under the Biden administration, America has experienced record numbers of illegal immigrants entering the country.

Last month, more than 300,000 entered through the U.S.-Mexico border and about 8,400 were apprehended by border patrol in a day.

When Republican lawmakers visited the southern border this year, they encountered illegal immigrants crossing the Rio Grande right in front of them to get into the country. While Biden and his administration claim that the issue at the border is not as bad as it sounds, the statistics and cameras don’t lie.

Democrats downplay Biden’s low poll ratings, but almost every poll shows the president losing to Trump, even in the swing states he won in 2020.