Joe Biden’s 69 Point Gap Could End Him Among Minorities

( Historically, Hispanics have been a reliable Democrat voting bloc, but thanks to Joe Biden, that may not be the case heading into the November midterms.

The latest Quinnipiac poll released last week shows that Joe Biden’s support among Hispanics is continuing to crater.

Only 26 percent of Hispanics surveyed said they approved of Biden’s job as president while a staggering 60 percent said they disapproved. That puts Joe Biden 34 points underwater among Hispanic voters.

What was more striking from the survey is the 69-point gap in Joe’s net approval rating between Hispanic and black voters. Among blacks, 63 percent approve of the job Joe is doing as president while 28 percent said they disapproved, leaving Joe 35 points above water among black voters.

And while blacks are the only racial group to give Joe a net approval rating, a 63 percent approval among blacks is still rather low for a Democrat president who secured 90 percent of the black vote in 2020.

Quinnipiac found that 36 percent of Hispanics named inflation as “the most urgent issue facing the country today.” Only 4 percent of Hispanics named “racial inequality” as the most urgent issue.

And that right there is the problem for the Biden administration. It has chosen to go all-in on identity politics at a time when voters are far more concerned about the current state of the economy. Over 80 percent of Hispanic respondents described the economy as “not so good” or “poor.” And a staggering 86 percent said they feared a recession was at least somewhat likely in the next year.

In the generic congressional ballot, registered Hispanic voters prefer Republican candidates over Democrats by a 12-point margin, 46 percent to 34 percent.

Desperate to maintain its control over the Hispanic vote, Democrats are focusing, not on the issues that matter, but on “messaging.” The DNC has launched a Latino Outreach program to boost support among Hispanic voters. However, the Democrats chose a slogan popularized by Cuba’s former dictator, Fidel Castro.

Yeah. That’s sure to win back Florida for the Democrats. Great work, guys!