Once considered a key Democratic constituency, support for the party and its current head has tanked, and in a short amount of time.
Last summer, Hispanic support for President Joe Biden stood at a respectable 55 percent, but that’s not the case today, according to a new survey from Quinnipiac.
Now, Biden’s support among that demographic has fallen to just 26 percent, a devastatingly low figure for a Democrat president, historically speaking.
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Biden has been consistently hitting new lows in the polls for nearly a year.
Young Americans and White men also have low approvals for Biden, at 27% and 29% respectively.
The president’s highest approval ratings are among Americans older than 65 and black Americans, at 45% and 63% respectively. Black Americans are the only demographic in which Biden has a positive approval rating, according to the poll.
Even at 65 percent, Biden’s approval among blacks is low, speaking historically.
Quinnipiac did not elaborate on why Biden’s polling has collapsed among Hispanics, but it could be due, in part, to his refusal to improve border security and the Democratic Party’s rush to embrace ‘woke’ gender fluidity.
According to a Marquette University Law School survey from early April, pollsters found “a 32% cratering of black support for Biden, who now enjoys just a 56% approval rating among African Americans, among the worst ever for a modern Democratic president,” the Washington Examiner reported, adding:
By comparison, the same survey less than a year ago found his support among black people at 88%.
The drop was so noticeable that the school mentioned it in their headline on the survey, which put Biden’s overall approval rate from American adults at 46%, among his best of recent surveys.
“The trend in approval by race and ethnicity since July shows a very substantial decline in approval among black adults, with smaller but consistent declines among white and Hispanic respondents,” according to the analysis.