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AP Photo/Evan Vucci We reported earlier about how Kamala Harris was underwater in the most recent polling and how she’s turning out to be a huge mistake for Joe Biden.
But the polling isn’t good for Joe Biden either. It shows that the areas that he had been running okay in are now slipping away as Americans see more of him and aren’t happy with what they are seeing. Americans are beginning to get that they were sold a lemon and that Biden isn’t anything like he was promised – the nice, caring, moderate honest guy.
Despite the fact that Joe Biden has been a liar all his life, and not just an ordinary politician kind of a liar, but a truly whopper-telling kind of a liar, Americans had believed that he was honest. Now they’re seeing him up close and his constant lying even making up things like that he used to drive 18 wheelers. Now that number is underwater. Now, most get that he is not honest or trustworthy, they get he isn’t moderate and they surely don’t think he’s the “unifier” that he claimed to be.
As Liz Peek breaks down at Fox, the Economist/YouGov Poll shows some real trouble points for Biden now. The numbers are finally catching up to the real Joe Biden. 39% of those polled think Joe Biden says what he believes; 44% think he says what people want to hear; 38% are confident “in Joe Biden’s ability to deal wisely with an international crisis,” while 46% are “uneasy”; 41% think Joe Biden is “honest and trustworthy” but 42% thinks he is not; [….] Only 21% think Biden can bring the country together; 53% do not; 51% think Biden is “liberal” or “very liberal” and only 27% think he is “moderate.” Americans also don’t think that Joe Biden cares much about the 47% who say not much or not at all to 45% who say somewhat or a lot.
His job approval has also taken a dive from just a week ago when the ABC poll, which found the country thinking we were going in the […]
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