Following the complete snooze fest that was the Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden has actually managed to get LESS popular.

Rasmussen confirmed the findings Wednesday, highlighting that Sleepy Joe is now at 46 percent support, while a week ago, the same poll had Biden at 48 percent.

The pollster pointed out that Biden is now at his lowest level of support in any of their surveys throughout the whole year.

Meanwhile, President Trump’s support increased from 44% last week to 45%, closing the gap to just one point, where it was four points a week ago.

“The new survey finds Biden with 76% of the Democratic vote. Trump has the support of 77% of Republicans.” Rasmussen notes, adding that  “The candidates are tied among voters not affiliated with either major political party.”

As riots and unrest continue to dominate the headlines, a new poll has found that almost as many American voters now view violent crime as an important election issue compared to coronavirus, something that is likely to help President Trump.

Even leftists admitted that last week’s DNC was so monumentally awful, that it actually gave President Trump a boost in approval numbers:

President Trump’s approval rating bounces UP 4 points to 51% in just 24 hours.

First three days of #DemConvention are going great! https://t.co/TA0lLmk5Sb

— Andrew Clark (@AndrewHClark) August 20, 2020

Rasmussen earlier noted that they “triple-checked” the numbers and found that Trump’s job approval is “up sharply”:

Fact Check: True pic.twitter.com/5kQ5HAe9if

— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) August 20, 2020

The DNC was widely criticised for not offering any actual policy pitches, just threats and promises that America would suffer without Democrats in power.

The convention also featured several bizarre instances, such as duplicated ‘fans’ on Zoom screens during Kamala Harris’ speech.

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Source Link:
https://www.infowars.com/poll-biden-popularity-tanks-following-dnc/

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