Breaking: Biden Officially Ranked ‘Worst In HISTORY’

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President Joe Biden has established a significant historical milestone, albeit not one that he or his administration and campaign can take pride in. As per Gallup, Biden’s approval rating currently stands at a mere 38.7 percent, marking the lowest point for a president’s first term in the nation’s history since the polling firm commenced its survey, as reported by the Washington Times.

“None of the other nine presidents elected to their first term since Dwight Eisenhower had a lower 13th-quarter average than Biden,” Gallup said, referring to the period between Jan. 20 and April 19. “From a broader historical perspective, Biden’s most recent quarterly average ranks 277th out of 314 presidential quarters in Gallup records dating to 1945. That puts it in the bottom 12% of all presidential quarters.”

During the same timeframe of their presidencies, former President George H.W. Bush holds the second-lowest rating at 41.8%, followed by former Presidents Obama at 45.9%, and Trump at 46.8%, as reported by the Times, referencing Gallup’s data. Biden’s approval rating has been declining for several months now, but it faced another blow, particularly among Democrat voters, due to his stance on Israel following a sudden and devastating attack by the Hamas terrorist organization in October.

As per Axios, referring to a recent Gallup survey, Biden’s approval rating witnessed an 11-point drop within a single month among Democrats, reaching a historically low point of 75 percent, primarily attributed to his support for Israel.

“Biden is at risk of alienating members of his own party with his unequivocal support for Israel, which has carried out a weeks-long bombardment and total siege of Gaza in response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 terrorist attacks,” Axios reported.

In February, Gallup conducted a poll and discovered that, for the first time, a greater number of Democrats expressed sympathy towards Palestinians rather than Israelis. The results of this survey have now been revealed.

“The divide is particularly stark between generations: Less than half (48%) of Gen Z and millennials believe the U.S. should publicly voice support for Israel, according to a recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll,” Axios continued. Axios reported that despite Biden’s unwavering backing for Israel, his visit to the country, and his appeal to Congress for $14 billion in assistance, four recent nationwide polls revealed that it did not result in a significant increase in political backing domestically.

“Biden’s approval in October’s Gallup poll fell four points to match a record low of 37%, driven by his slide among Democrats and a four-point drop-off among independents (35%). His approval among Republicans remained steady at 5%,” the outlet continued.

“Joe Biden has single-handedly alienated almost every Arab American and Muslim American voter in Michigan,” Democratic state Rep. Alabas Farhat told NBC News last week.

“The Biden administration and Democrats as a whole are going to have to do a lot of work to rebuild some level of trust with my community,” Farhat added. “It’s never too late to do the right thing.”

“President Biden won with historic numbers in 2020. And I was proud to represent that, but the last two weeks have really shifted things,” Ahmad Ramadan, a former Biden adviser now leading coalition efforts for the Michigan Democratic Party, told the network. “I’ve also been getting calls from people saying, ‘I have blood on my hands because I got people out to support him during that campaign.’”

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