According to Pew Research, 66% of Republicans want former President Donald Trump to remain a major political figure, and even CNN reported President Joe Biden’s 38% approval rating. If anyone can swing the Democrats, it’s CNN. They consume it like a thirsty dog on a hot day to determine what they should think at any particular time.
CNN also noted that 55% of Americans aren’t confident that the Biden administration can run the government effectively. It is a new turn of events that CNN would not only say that Biden isn’t very popular, but that they would even tell the truth, to begin with.
There’s been a 10-point jump since the beginning of the year for Trump to remain a prominent political figure, and that number is startling. Trump was hated by many Republican politicians who called for his removal and voted against him in the 2020 presidential election.
These polls and signs point to a Republican majority in the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm election as Democrat’s tank in poll numbers across all states. The desire for Republican leadership is telling of how Americans feel about their Democrat-run states and governments. People realize that Democrats aren’t looking out for them, and many Democrats are striving to separate themselves from Biden and his policies.
Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) are already voting against Biden’s substantial spending bills, and many other Democrats will probably follow. The votes aren’t in yet, and many Democrats haven’t stated their preference, but their constituents should come first, and they must represent the wishes of those who voted for them.
The biggest question is, if Trump does run for president in 2024, who should his vice president be? Some big names have made their way through the disaster of the Biden administration and bucked up against him successfully. Still, there are questions about who would have enough support to carry the vote for the Republican party. The fear is that Republicans would vote for anybody besides Biden just like Democrats did with Trump. They wanted Trump out of power so bad it didn’t matter who was on the opposing ticket. They were voting for that person.