As Joe Biden’s disastrous first year in office comes to an end, the party preference of the American public has shifted in favor of the Republican Party.
According to the Post Millennial:
A recent poll by Gallup released on Monday shows a more than double-digit shift in party preferences at the US national level, shifting the balance in favor of the Republicans.
Gallup reports that, the last time they performed the same poll (in Q1 2021) the American public skewed nine percent in favor of the Democrats. This most recent poll, however, (in Q1 2021) shows that the Republicans are now favored by five percent.
Gallup also mentioned that gaps of even five percent or more are “among the largest” appearing in their data, since they first started performing these surveys in the year 1991. Significant advantages for the Republican party like this are also relatively rare in the history of this poll. In fact, the last time they had this strong an advantage was in early 1995.
Republicans picked up a net 63 seats in the 2010 midterms, the largest shift in seats since the 1948 election, and that was in a year where Barack Obama’s net approval rating averaged at +4 (48% approve, 44% disapprove). According to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, Biden’s approval is currently at net 10.1% disapproval.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros
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