It’s not just Joe Biden: Voters are rejecting Democratic policies that hurt them

A new poll spells ominous news for President Biden’s reelection — but it also exposes the nation’s deep discontent with Democratic policies overall, crafted by and for the elite ruling classes at the expense of everyone else.

The New York Times/Siena College poll puts Donald Trump ahead of Biden by as much as 10 points in five of six swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania.

If that holds through next November, Trump will sail to victory by at least a 300-240 margin in the electoral college.


The real answer? Much of the anti-Biden sentiment stems from policies he and his fellow Dems have pushed to please woke elites — policies that have spelled disaster for middle- and lower-class Americans, including minorities.

Indeed, three times as many voters in those states (67% vs. 22%) think the nation is headed in the “wrong direction,” including heavy majorities of non-whites.

Far more say policies pushed by Biden (and fellow Democrats) have hurt them “personally” (53%) than those who say they’ve helped them (35%).

They also heavily favor Trump over Biden on issues like immigration (53%-41%), national security (53%-41%) and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (50%-39%) — where the Dem-GOP divide is stark.

On the economy, a top issue for voters, Trump leads with a whopping 22-point edge: 59%-37%.

No surprise: Dems have put woke issues like climate change and special-interest handouts (like having the taxpayers pay off student loans) over fighting inflation and making life affordable for average folks.

A stunning 81% in those states rate the economy poor or just fair, including 80% of blacks and 86% of Hispanics.


These aren’t just Biden’s policies; they’re backed by the entire Democratic Party. Indeed, Biden’s major spending bills, which launched the historic bump in inflation soon after he took office, passed without any Republican votes.

On other issues, too, Dems are at odds with Americans: The party refuses to force Biden, for example, to secure the border and enforce US immigration law, though voters are desperate for that.

Numerous Democratic politicians blame Israel, in whole or in part, for Hamas’ brutal Oct. 7 attack, though — as other polling shows — 84% of Americans side with Israel.

Dems like to pretend they champion the poor and needy, but their policies stick it to just those people.

Voters may not like Trump, but they’ll oppose any Dem whose woke, elitist policies hang them out to dry.

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