It’s all quiet on the re-election front.
The Democrats are still in limbo.
And this jaw-dropping new poll explains why Joe Biden hasn’t announced he’s running in 2024.
As Conservative Revival reports:
With millions of illegal immigrants having entered the United States under Joe Biden’s watch, the southern border crisis has reached a tipping point.
But rather than do anything to address the crisis, Biden has chosen to remain silent on the issue as he continues to push for a series of open-border policies that will only continue to encourage more illegal migrants to enter the country.
And now, a new Gallup poll reveals that the disaster on the southern border could end up derailing Joe Biden’s re-election chances.
Fox News reports, “Nearly two-thirds of Americans say they’re dissatisfied with the current levels of immigration into the nation, a new national poll indicates.
Sixty-three percent of respondents said they were somewhat dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the country, according to numbers released by Gallup on Monday. The survey indicates that 28% say they’re satisfied with immigration levels, a drop of six percentage points from last year and the lowest level in a decade.”
The results of this poll are a political nightmare in the making for Joe Biden, who has willingly stood by and allowed America’s borders to be overrun under his watch.
And with millions of illegal immigrants expected to make their way into the United States in 2023 alone, the political consequences of Biden’s negligent actions are finally making themselves known in a major way.
Now, a shocking two thirds of all Americans are saying they are dissatisfied with the way that the immigration system is operating under Biden’s watch.
As a result, Biden has created a political crisis that could cost him everything in 2024.
And this is a reality that even major media outlets are beginning to catch on to.
In a press release revealing the results of the poll, Gallup itself hinted that Biden could be in serious trouble unless these numbers improve for him.
“The percentage who are dissatisfied out of a desire for less immigration has risen sharply over the past two years, increasing from 19% in 2021 to 35% in 2022 and 40% today,” said Gallup.
Never before in modern polling history has Gallup found figures that approach the kind that exist under Biden’s rule today.
And the deep dissatisfaction with Biden’s handling of the border can be matched to evolving political trends in parts of the country that are most effected by the mass migration of illegal immigrants into the United States.
Biden’s support among border communities has already crumbled, with Trump making serious inroads in places like the Rio Grande Valley in the 2020 election.
And many of these Republican gains stuck in the 2022 midterms, indicating that Democrats could end up losing even more support in places such as South Texas and Arizona in the next election.
With so many Americans outraged at Biden’s mishandling of the southern border crisis, he could end up losing the support of swing voters in key states like Arizona and Nevada in 2024, putting Biden’s path to the White House in serious jeopardy.