Sunday on New York WABC 770 AM The Cats Roundtable, pollster John McLaughlin said president Trump would beat either Joe Biden or Kamala Harris in a landslide.


McLaughlin told host John Catsimatidis that Biden is a “different candidate” now than he was in the 2020 presidential election because he’s “being run by the radicals.  You’ve got 55% to 37%, they are worried about the future of America while Biden is president,” McLaughlin declared. “That’s a huge number.”


“Trump would win in a landslide right now.  It would be an electoral landslide.  He would beat either Biden or Harris. He’s ahead of Harris 49 to 46 in the poll. Biden is a different candidate because, I mean, he ran as this moderate, and it was during this historic pandemic. And You’re looking at an election where the guy they voted for isn’t what they got. He’s being run by the radicals. He’s doing things that he said he wasn’t going to do. And now you’re seeing — it’s really we’re moving into a post-pandemic age, where you’re seeing really new voting coalitions like of 21st-century voters where the rebound, the bounce-back, it’s going to show itself in elections this year, you know, possibly in Virginia.”


A Zogby poll found only 36.4% of Americans think Biden is doing an excellent or good job.


Voters can’t help but wonder why the Biden administration keeps sweeping these issues under the rug and declaring them “transitory.” Democratic leaders cannot even come to consensus within their own ranks. Without the passage of the “Build Back Better Act,” or a solid infrastructure bill, and the potential default of the U.S. debt on the horizon, is it any surprise Biden’s presidency is sinking like the Titanic? Biden’s failure to reach vaccination goals and his executive vaccine mandates have also not helped his cause.


Our latest polling shows President Biden with a 36% positive job performance rating (excellent-15% and good-21% combined), while his negative rating is 61% (fair-19% and poor-42% combined).


He is getting hammered by all age groups, including younger voters aged 18-29 (34% positive/63% negative), women (32% positive/65% negative), suburban voters (32% positive/65% negative), Hispanics (41% positive/59% negative), Independents (24% positive/71% negative), suburban women (29% positive/67% negative), and urban women (43% positive/53% negative).

No comments:

Post a Comment