CNN data analyst aghast by Biden’s disapproval: ‘Worst’ in polling history…‘Inflation is eating presidency alive’

On Wednesday evening, CNN provided some bad news for the president in the form of plummeting approval numbers.

According to a data analyst for the ratings-challenged channel, President Joe Biden has achieved the most dismal job approval in polling history.

In the midst of some very cringy, irrelevant banter, reporter Harry Enten informed host Anderson Cooper in the video clip embedded above that “inflation is eating [the Biden] presidency alive at this point.

The federal spending spree under Biden and the Democrats, along with the left making the country energy dependent, has caused a massive inflationary spiral that is being felt across all sectors of the economy, including at the gas pump and in the grocery store.

Teeing it up for Enten, the moderator of “Anderson Cooper 360” quipped that “we have decided to release the Kraken tonight” and asked his colleague about how the economic situation is affecting the president’s job performance.

“Take a look at Joe Biden’s job disapproval rating since last year, July of 2022. Then look at it seven months ago…What do you see? You his disapproval rating is rising from the 40s into the high 50s. At the same time, look at the percentage of people who say their top familiar concern is, in fact, inflation…a year ago, there was basically nobody who was saying that inflation was a large concern…And now it is a clear number-one issue, and we see this clear correlation, as more people are concerned about inflation, Joe Biden’s disapproval rating climbs ever higher,” Enten explained.

Enten continued: “So we can look at both Joe Biden’s disapproval rating on inflation and Joe Biden’s disapproval rating overall, and what we see is his disapproval rating on inflation is topping 70%. His disapproval rating overall is still in the 50s. But if you compare that to every single other president at this point in their first term throughout polling history, this goes all the way back since the 1940s, he is the worst on both. And the reason he is the worst overall is because inflation is eating his presidency alive at this point.”

Citing polling data co-commissioned by the pro-Democrat outlet the New York Times, Enten insisted, however, that Biden would win in a potential 2024 rematch with former President Trump. “I’m fairly convinced at this point that the only candidate Joe Biden could beat is Donald Trump,” he claimed.

Biden has indicated he intends to seek another term even as it appears that various corporate media outlets have turned against him.


Cooper began the segment by noting that “New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows inflation surged by 9.1% in June, marking the biggest year-over-year jump in consumer prices in more than 40 years. Overall prices for goods and services rose by 1.3% from May to June. That’s the biggest monthly gain since September of 2005. Inflation woes and worries of a looming recession are obviously high on people’s minds…”

According to a Real Clear Politics aggregate of 10 national polls, Biden’s overall approval rating clocks in at just about 38 percent.

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