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Poll: 60 Percent of Nevadans Disapprove of Joe Biden

In just one month, Biden has lost three points in Nevada

By Megan Barth, July 19, 2022 2:26 pm

Gas prices, inflation, housing costs and grocery bills are nearing historic highs along with President Joe Biden’s disapproval numbers. In recent polls, the president’s dismal approval ratings, according to CNN, “have become a feature of his presidency and not a glitch.”

According to Civiqs, in every swing state Biden (not Hunter), is hitting rock bottom.

In just one month, Biden has lost three points in Nevada.

Taking a deeper dive into Nevada, Civiqs polling shows the president is underwater in nearly every demographic:

A majority of Nevadans disapprove of Joe Biden (Photo: Civiqs)

 

As President Biden remains underwater in the polls, the Silver State swings toward a Republican advantage. According to data provided by the Nevada Secretary of State, Nevada saw an increase of 16,905 active registered voters from May to June. Of those new registrations, Republicans accounted for 12,138—72 percent of all newly registered voters.

Although Democrats still lead in state-wide voter registration, that margin has shriveled to under three percent. A lead that Jon Ralston of the Nevada Independent refers to as “unprecedented since the Reagan era.”

The Globe has extensively chronicled Biden’s unpopularity as a burden on congressional, senate, and down ballot campaigns throughout the Silver State. As vulnerable Nevada Democrats run from the recessive economy, high gas prices, and soaring inflation, they are also running from the concerns of a majority of the electorate. In turn, the electorate is running from them at a time when Nevada is dubbed “the epicenter of the midterms.”

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