October 4, 2022
Inside the Beltway: America awakens to Biden’s failures
NEWS AND OPINION: The American public is finally “woke” to the disintegration of productive politics in the nation. Yes, of course there’s a 180-page poll which reveals the extent of this erosion. Let’s just look at the unembellished numbers from a Suffolk University/USA Today poll of registered and its damning evidence: 66% say the country…

NEWS & OPINION

The American public finally wakes up to the decline of the nation’s productive politics. Yes, of course there’s a 180-page poll which reveals the extent of this erosion.

Let’s just look at the unembellished numbers from a Suffolk University/USA Today poll of registered and its damning evidence: 66% say the country is on the wrong track, 64% hope President Biden does not run for president again in 2024, 59% disapprove of the job he has done so far, and 20% say that the single “most important” thing that Mr. Biden could do in the next 365 days is to “resign, retire or quit.”

This resignation option, by the way, tops a list of 23 other suggestions for the White House to-do list — such as addressing economic issues or border control policy.

But wait! There’s more. This list is not ending. Another 67% of voters disapprove of the job Mr. Biden has done on immigration, 60% condemn his economic policy, 57% disapprove of his foreign policy and 50% feel the same way about his COVID-19 policy. Half of those surveyed disapprove of his climate change policy performance.

And a surprising finding: If Mr. Biden faced former President Donald Trump in 2024, the president was favored by 40% of the respondents while Mr. Trump garnered the support of 44%.

In addition, the 45th president garnered a favorable rating of 46%, while Mr. Biden weighed in at 39%.

The poll of 1,000 registered U.S. voters was conducted Nov. 3-5 and released Monday. The Poll du Jour provides more disturbing but interesting numbers at the end of the column.

CHRIS CHRISTIE’S WARNING

Former New Jersey Governor. Chris Christie offers advice to the Grand Old Party. Forget about the past. Keep moving forward. Keep your eyes peeled for the top Democratic leadership on Capitol Hill and White House.

” We can’t talk about the past or the past elections anymore. Every minute we spend discussing 2020 — while it’s wasting our time doing that — Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi , and Chuck Schumer “They are laying ruin on this country,” Mr. Christie said to the Republican Jewish Coalition at its Saturday meeting in Las Vegas.

” We must be focused on that and take our eyes from the rearview mirror to look through the windshield again,” advised the 2016 Republican presidential hopeful.

The audience included former Vice President Mike Penn , Senators. Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz ; House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy , Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis ,, and author and cable-news kingpin Mark Levin .

FOR LEXICON

“The Kamikaze Party .”

Here is a new description of Democratic Party that was suggested by David Catron ,, a contributor to American Spectator.

“Any student of 20th century history will tell you that the Kamikaze strikes carried out against allied naval forces during World War II began long after it was clear that the Axis powers could not hope to win. In an essay written Monday, Mr. Catron stated that this series of suicide attacks was nothing but a futile exercise in fanaticism.

“Its perversity was very similar to the extremist political strategy pursued last Tuesday by the Democrats in Virginia,” he stated, noting that Democratic leaders refused to face reality or pursue policies that address real problems facing the country .”

WHERE TO GET YOUR NEWS

“A large majority of U.S. adults (84%) say they get news from a smartphone, computer or tablet ‘often’ or ‘sometimes,’ including 51% who say they do so often, though this is lower than 60% of Americans who said they did so in 2020. This percentage continues to outpace the portion that receives news via digital devices. According to a Pew Research Center factsheet on Monday, Americans still turn to print media for news more often than digital devices and television.

“Americans also prefer digital news platforms to TV, radio, or print. Americans under 50 are more likely to turn to digital devices and prefer them for getting news, while Americans ages 50 and older are more likely to turn to and prefer television,” the fact sheet advised.

Curious about old school news consumers? According to the research, 78% of those age 50-64 get their news from TV, 58% like radio, 36% use print publications, and 82% like digital devices. In the over-65 set, 85% get their news from TV, 51% use radio, 56% like print publications, and 73% use digital devices. And one more: Among those 18-29, 45% get news from TV, 35% refer radio, 20% like print publications, and 90% go with digital devices

The findings and comparison are based on a survey of 11,178 U.S. adults conducted July 26-Aug. 8, plus a survey of 9,220 U.S. adults Aug. 31-Sept. 7, 2020.

CONSERVATIVE MEDIA PAYS OFF

Please give Salem Media a round of applause. It is a bastion for conservative and Christian news and culture.

Just so you are aware, the company’s talent includes talk radio hosts Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager Charlie Kirk Their online empire includes Townhall.com and HotAir.com; their commentators are Lou Dobbs , and Cal Thomas . The Salem Radio Network provides programming for some 3,000 affiliates; the company also owns and operates 99 radio stations.

“For the nine months ended September 30, 2021 compared to the nine months ended September 30, 2020: Total revenue increased 10.1% to $189.1 million from $171.8 million,” the company said in a statement released Monday.

POLL D’HOME

66% of registered U.S. voters agree that the country is “on the wrong track”; 95% of Republicans, 70% of independents and 36% of Democrats agree.

72% of men, 60% of women, 73% of Whites, 48% of Blacks and 48% of Hispanics also agree.

20% overall say the country is “headed in the right direction”; 1% of Republicans, 14% of independents and 44% of Democrats agree.

15% of men, 25% of women, 15% of Whites, 36% of Blacks and 32% of Hispanics also agree.

14% overall are undecided on the issue; 4% of Republicans, 17% of independents and 20% of Democrats agree.

13% of men, 15% of women, 12% of Whites, 16% of Blacks and 20% of Hispanics also agree.

SOURCE: A Suffolk University/USA Today poll of 1,000 registered U.S. voters conducted Nov. 3-5

Helpful information to jharper@washingtontimes.com.

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