President Joe Biden

As Biden Is Rising, Polls Show 7 In 10 Say Country Remains On The Wrong Track

President Joe Biden is coming off what is arguably the best month of his presidency.

President Joe Biden is coming off what is arguably the best month of his presidency.

Accordingly, the liberal media want to create an aura of invincibility about risin’ Biden, and convince Americans that the GOP “wave” scheduled for November will peter out a long way from Election Day’s shore.

And yet … and yet.

The latest polling shows that nearly six of every 10 Americans think Biden is doing a lousy job, that less than three in 10 believe America is on the right track, and that a majority of Americans actually want Biden impeached.

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Despite his surge, said its meta-analysis of all current polling showed Biden at 42.4 percent. Real Clear Politics, another poll aggregator, had Biden at 42.5 percent approval. For each, Biden is underwater by 11 points and 12 points, respectively.

But how is America doing with Biden ascending to rock star status?

Not so good, according to voters, it seems.

RCP’s average revealed that 70.3 percent of Americans think America is on the “wrong” track. A Morning Consult poll as of Tuesday had the wrong-track figure at 73 percent.

Viewed differently, Rasmussen Reports noted on Monday that just 29 percent believe America is on the “right” track.

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Speaking of Rasmussen, the pollster reported on Thursday that 52 percent of its respondents want Biden impeached. That included 77 percent of Republicans, most independents, and even 32 percent of Democrats.

Rasmussen also noted that the “strongly support” impeachment group outpaced the “strongly opposed” by a 38-30 margin.          

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