A recent Marist poll showed a vast 69% of Americans believe the country is way off course under Joe Biden’s leadership. While his poll numbers increased a few points in September, his popularity has steadily dropped as inflation and gas prices rose. The poll found,

“While a majority of Democrats, 52 percent perceive the nation to be moving in the right direction, 91 percent of Republicans and 71 percent of independents say the country is off track.

CNN  reviewed a  poll that asked one question, “Which political party do you think can do a better job of handling the problem you think is most important — the Republican Party or the Democratic Party?”
The results shocked the CNN anchor, who found Republicans were trusted by 48 percent of voters while Democrats were trusted by only 37 percent of the electorate. The anchor also reviewed what issues Americans seem most concerned with and found that voters are far more concerned with crime, despite Democrats’ push to make abortion their central campaign issue.

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Biden’s low poll numbers are likely to worsen as OPEC announced that it would be cutting oil production. One of the first things Biden did after taking office was close American pipelines.
USA Energy Now pointed out that the Biden solution of releasing more of the nation’s Petroleum Reserve in the wake of OPEC cuts is the equivalent of clipping your toenails to lose weight and giving yourself a life-threatening infection in the process.

Biden has already released 180 million barrels since April. OPEC, which includes Russia, will be cutting oil production by 2 million barrels a day.

 

Mike Somers, American Petroleum Institute President, pointed out that oil dependency on foreign countries is a choice the Biden Administration made. He said, “The answer lies here at home. We have the resources here in the United States to develop right now.” He also said, “The people most harmed by high gas prices are the those at the lowest rungs of the poverty scale. We need to have stable energy sources from the United States.” He said policies are being made now that undermine American energy leadership.

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