Democrats do not want anyone to know just how poisonous the political environment turned.
Now it is every man for himself.
And Chuck Schumer was handed one secret report that left him speechless.
The Senate is evenly split between 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans.
If Republicans net a gain of just one seat, the GOP will boot Chuck Schumer from his position of majority leader and retake the chamber.
Initially, Democrats thought they held all the cards as the map showed more Republican incumbents running for re-election than Democrats.
But that was before Joe Biden turned his presidency into a clown car of failures with a border crisis, an inflation crisis, a jobs crisis and a botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Joe Biden’s poll numbers plunged nationally as now the Real Clear Politics polling average shows a majority of voters disapprove of Biden.
Biden’s political downturn spread to the top seven battleground states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Georgia and Nevada.
The Democrats’ Senate Majority Super PAC presented Chuck Schumer with polling data showing Joe Biden sitting at 41 percent approval and 52 percent disapproval on job numbers.
That wasn’t even the worst news from the survey.
Among persuadable voters Biden’s approval sank to 27 percent and his disapproval number jumped to 57 percent.
POLITICO exclusively reports:
Despite the millions of jobs added and growth in the GDP under Biden, a majority of voters (53 percent) say the economy has gotten worse while just 30 percent of voters say it’s improved, the poll showed. Perhaps more troubling for Biden and Democrats, who are trying to maintain their razor-thin Senate majority in 2022, is the pessimistic view of the “persuadable” camp. Just 18 percent of those voters say the economy is getting better.
The Senate Majority PAC showed Biden’s approval rating across the Senate battlegrounds at 41 percent, with 52 percent disapproving — numbers that are roughly in line with recent national polls. Among persuadable targets, however, just 27 percent say they approve of the job the president is doing while 57 percent disapprove. The group’s private poll from May had Biden well above water, with 49 percent approving and 43 disapproving. Few Senate races in the modern political era tilt against how voters view the president. So if Biden is underwater heading into the election year, holding a 50-50 Senate will prove to be a tough proposition for Democrats.
The number one predictor of how a party will perform in the midterm elections is the president’s approval rating.
Joe Biden’s job rating sinking deep underwater in the most contested states next year is bad news for Democrats and will send Chuck Schumer into a panic.
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