Still No Sign Of Biden’s Predicted Post-Afghanistan Rebound

According to the Pew Research Center, more data refutes the claim that Biden would bounce once Afghanistan is no longer in the headlines: Only 44 percent of respondents in the United States approve of how President Joe Biden is conducting his duties as president, while 53 percent disapprove. Since the beginning of the year, public confidence in Biden has dwindled across a range of topics. The majority of people still trust his management of the coronavirus and the economy, but they have little or no confidence in him when it comes to the remaining four areas. Increases in positive assessments for some of Biden’s personal qualities and attributes have occurred in tandem with these declines.

Moreover, the number of adults who believe Biden cares about them has decreased since March, as well as the number of adults who believe he is honest, a good role model, and cognitively competent has increased. What percentage of Americans believe Joe Biden is cognitively smart is just 43%? However, the primary concern is that how could anything like that happen? It’s interesting to see that even Democrats are losing their excitement for Biden. The percentage of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents who approve of Biden’s performance has decreased by 13 percentage points since July from 88 percent in July to 75 percent now.

Americans responded negatively to the findings of this research, stating that it is a concerning statistic to have. And they hoped that these stories were referring to 4.3 percent and that they had overlooked the decimal point. In some respects, one has to question if Biden’s present cautious admission of the obvious truth that his fastball has lost something is intended to distract attention from the fact that Biden’s fastball was an eephus-inducing weapon during his prime years. Therefore, Democracy and Democrats are just overrated.