60% of Hispanics disapprove of Joe Biden’s performance as President of the United States. Thus, the Democrat’s support among the Latino community stands at only 26%, which represents a drop in his popularity.
According to a Quinnipiac study, dissatisfaction is repeated among all Americans. The majority of citizens do not agree with the president’s economic policies. 63% of voters disapprove of the work done by his administration. As for his decisions on the border, 58% disagree with the way the immigration crisis has been dealt with.
Last month, another Ipsos poll showed that 54% of Hispanics disapprove of the president’s job, with a staggering 32% saying they strongly disapprove of Biden as president. “These numbers illustrate the deep problem Democrats have with the Hispanic electorate, which has been a bedrock of the Democrats’ electoral chances for decades,” commented El American analyst Daniel Chang.
Biden’s plummets in polls
Joe Biden’s popularity had already taken a big dip among the Hispanic community. By February, the president’s approval rating among Latinos had plummeted by at least 40 points in just one year. The data correspond to a survey conducted by Civiqs, which compared data from January 2021 and February 2022.
“The study highlighted that during January 2021, the Democratic president had an approval rating of 65% and a disapproval rating of 26%, representing 39-point support for the president. However, in February 2022 he has an approval rating of 44% and a disapproval of 45%, which means a drop of 40 points in his popularity,” explained El American.