Joe Biden’s regime is on the ropes.
He’s lost support from virtually every part of the political spectrum.
And Joe Biden is panicking after he got some devastating news about this key demographic.
Joe Biden’s Presidency is off to a disastrous start.
Even Democrats are being forced to reluctantly admit that Joe Biden’s Presidency has been dreadful.
As a result, Biden’s poll numbers have crashed into a catastrophic 30% range in most polls.
However, there are even bigger problems under the hood for Biden.
For decades, black voters have been the most reliable Democrat voting bloc in the country.
According to 2020 exit polls, Biden won an estimated 87% of the black vote.
But now there’s evidence that he’s losing support among this crucial group.
Recent polling has shown major slippage for Biden with black voters.
Polling from NBC News shows Biden has sunk to 64% support among black voters, compared to 83% last April.
According to Quinnipiac, Biden dropped from 78% to 57% support among black voters during his first year in office.
Other polls have found a similar trend in falling black support for Biden.
It’s tough to pinpoint the exact reason for Biden’s falling support among his many blunders.
But there are a couple plausible reasons.
Biden’s inflation, which is battering consumers, tends to hit lower income voters harder.
A Morning Consult poll found 50% of black voters were “very concerned” about inflation, with 54% blaming Biden for the problem.
Since blacks are the least likely group to be vaccinated, Biden’s vaccine mandates could be backfiring on him.
Black voters in southern states handed Joe Biden the Democratic nomination in the Primary.
In an act of pure political pandering, Biden promised to put the first black woman on the Supreme Court.
Of course, it seems that picking Kamala as his Vice President didn’t help his standing much with black voters.
But no matter which way you look at it, this is a massive political problem for Biden and the Democrats.
With the 2022 Midterms expected to go poorly for Democrats, black support could be the difference in key battleground states like Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
If Biden’s numbers don’t rebound, it sets up for a worse 2024 reelection bid for him.
In 2020, black voters provided key margins in narrow victories in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
No matter what happens with Biden’s support among black voters, Republicans have an opportunity to make major inroads with them as a result of Biden’s disastrous policies.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.