Kellyanne Conway has called out Joe Biden over “devastating” new polling numbers that spell doom for the Democrat president.
According to Conway, the plummeting polling data proves Biden is “not even trying” to be an effective leader.
Conway, a former senior adviser to President Donald Trump, said Monday: “This New York Times poll is devastating. 33 percent approve of Joe Biden, but 64 percent of Democrats want, ‘someone else.’
“They have concluded Joe Biden is not even trying to be a good president.
“They’re whistling right past him and note how these Democrats are not saying off-the-record or on-the-record.
“And, you know what? Let’s just let Kamala take over now.
“Thanks for elevating her and making history with her.
“We’d like the vice president to step in.
“Seems like they’d look past her, too.
“You have governors in California and Illinois — these high tax, high regulation states — that hate school choice, did a terrible job all through the pandemic, spend way too much money, and yet they think they should be running against Joe Biden.
“In that same New York Times poll, I dug a little bit deeper this morning, 94 percent of Democrats under the age of 30 say they want someone other than Joe Biden.
“They favored Joe Biden, 60 to 30 in the last presidential election.
“He did five points better among young people under 30 than Hillary did four years earlier, so this is devastating,” she said.
President Joe Biden’s approval rating 18 months into his presidency is lower than any president’s in more than 75 years, according to FiveThirtyEight polling on Monday.
Biden’s approval rating, which has dropped to 38.4 percent, is historically lower than any other modern-day president’s with the exception of Harry Truman’s in his second year in office.
In 1946, Truman’s approval rating was 33 percent 18 months into his term.
Biden’s approval rating 18 months into his presidency is worse than the following presidents’ at the same stage of their terms:
- Donald Trump (42.1 percent)
- Barack Obama (46.3 percent)
- George W. Bush (66.9 percent)
- Bill Clinton (46 percent)
- George H.W. Bush (63.2 percent)
- Ronald Reagan (44 percent)
- Jimmy Carter (42.1 percent)
- Gerald Ford (44.3 percent)
- Richard Nixon (54.1 percent)
- Lyndon B. Johnson (64 percent)
- John F. Kennedy (69 percent)
- Dwight D. Eisenhower (69.9 percent)