Democratic voters that once helped install President Joe Biden seem to be switching their stance. The switch has become most visible in suburban counties. Over a million voters from 43 states have switched to the “Red” party over the past twelve months alone, ballot intentions compiled by the Associated Press (AP) shows.
The GOP is also reportedly gained support in counties around decent size cities such as Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Raleigh, North Carolina; Augusta, Georgia; and Des Moines, Iowa, Denver & Pittsburgh.
So far, according to the numbers, it’s not looking good for the “Blue” team to be able to hold onto Congress and multiple Governorships.
House Democrats have such a bleak outlook for the upcoming midterms even districts Biden won by up to 15 points are in danger of flipping red, according to a report from Axios. https://t.co/ExK4tsfR0q
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 30, 2022
Joe Biden’s team has scrambled when talking about skyrocketing gas prices, along with inflation that is at a 40-year high and no signs of slowing down.
Members of Biden’s own party have criticized the White House response to the economic crises, saying he is being too passive.
Biden Job Approval:
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— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) June 19, 2022
“I support the president’s efforts, but we need a bolder vision and faster action,” Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times earlier in June.
“To meet the moment, Mr. Biden should convene an emergency task force empowered to lower prices and address shortages. We need an all-out mobilization, not just a few ad hoc initiatives reacting to headlines,” he added.