Even the Least Popular American Governor Polls Better Than Biden

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By now, I’d say pretty much everyone knows and agrees that Biden isn’t a very good president. In fact, his latest approval rating puts him even lower than America’s least favorite state governor.

According to the Morning Consult taken Monday, Republican and Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves is officially the least liked of his kind. Apparently, only a dismal 45 percent of his state approve of what he is doing and how he is doing it.

And yet, Biden’s approval rating (for the entire nation) is even lower – at a measly 38 percent.

If we look at the negative side of things – as in who is the most disliked – things aren’t much better for the octogenarian.

For state governors, this title goes to Republican Kim Reynolds of Iowa, who has an identical approval and disapproval rating of 48 percent. But Biden still beats her. He is apparently disliked or disapproved of by a whopping 55 percent of the US population, according to Morning Consult.

So, Biden is both more disliked and less approved of than any state governor at present. Needless to say, it’s not a good look for a man who is currently trying to prove 1) that he can still handle the job at hand and 2) can make America better by taking on another four-year term in the White House.

Of course, we all know why the polls are this way regarding Biden.

I mean, for starters, he’s the oldest sitting president in US history, and it shows. Sure, the establishment media and his admin do a good job of covering for him. But no one can deny that his age is affecting him.

Neither can they say that he’s done a good job at leading our country into bigger and better things. The Afghanistan withdrawal, the economy, COVID-19 mandates, the border crisis, etc., are but a few of the reasons people have a major problem with him and his administration.

No wonder Biden is also now polling behind Donald Trump (supposedly the worst president ever) in nearly every national and state poll.