Joe Biden is desperately trying to remind Americans he is still running for President.
The former Vice President is doing what he can to exploit the coronavirus outbreak for his own political gain.
But Joe Biden couldn’t believe the bad news when he got his hands on one new poll.
The Presidential election may be a background issue right now in America.
But in just a matter of months the nation will decide who spends the next four years in the White House.
And right now that question could hinge on how Americans perceive Donald Trump’s management of the coronavirus outbreak.
Right now the news is not good for Joe Biden and the Democrats.
A brand new Monmouth University survey was just the latest to confirm that Americans rewarded the President’s handling of the outbreak with high marks.
“More Americans say President Trump has done a good job (50%) rather than bad job (45%) dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. Governors, though, get even better ratings for handling the outbreak, with 72% of the public saying their state’s governor has done a good job to just 18% a bad job. Opinion of how Trump has dealt with the crisis is decidedly partisan, with the number saying he has done a good job ranging from 89% of Republicans to 48% of independents and 19% of Democrats,” a press release announcing Monmouth’s findings stated.
Monmouth University Institute Polling Director Patrick Murray stated that there was a sharp partisan divide about the President’s performance in this national emergency.
However, a plurality of independents applauded the President’s course of action.
“The president gets more positive than negative marks for his handling of the COVID outbreak but his numbers are still driven by the nation’s typical partisan divide. Governors, on the other hand, seem to be emerging as the most trusted official voice in this crisis across the board,” Murray explained.
Monmouth’s poll also found the President’s job approval rising.
“Public opinion on the overall job Trump has done as president has ticked up since last month. His job rating now stands at 46% approve and 48% disapprove compared to 44% approve and 50% disapprove in February. He currently has a 91% approve to 5% disapprove rating among Republicans, 44% to 48% among independents, and 11% to 85% among Democrats. Changes over the past few months have been small, but of note, the 85% disapprove rating among Democrats marks the first time since the impeachment process started last summer that this number has been below 90%. The results for Republicans and independents are about where they have been since the start of this year,” the Monmouth press statement continued.
Democrats and the fake news media initially thought the coronavirus outbreak would spell doom for President Trump as the liberal press promoted false stories about the administration’s allegedly “slow” response as well as the impending economic doom the government imposed shutdowns would inflict upon the nation.
But all the available polling data shows the American people see through the fake news smoke and mirrors and recognize the unprecedented emergency the President is faced with and are rewarding Donald Trump for the actions he has taken to mitigate this outbreak.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.