CNN political data reporter delivers more bad news for Biden: ‘These are people who voted for him!’

With the war between Israel and Hamas terrorists still raging, the polling news for President Joe Biden isn’t good.

CNN political data reporter Harry Enten detailed on Friday the dismal survey responses from Biden’s 2020 voters. Just 50% of those who disapprove of the way the president is handling the Gaza war say they will support him in November.

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By a stunning two-to-one margin, those who have ditched Dark Brandon say the United States doles out too much aid to Israel. Considering the responses came from voters who backed him in 2020, that 50% number is a huge problem for Biden, according to Enten.

“He’s getting squeezed from both ends,” he said. “You know, I think it’s important to note, let’s look at the choice for president in 2024.”

“Among Biden’s 2020 voters, because I think this sort of illustrates how Biden’s getting pushed a little bit, if you like Biden on the Israel-Gaza war, look at that: He’s getting 87% of the vote,” Enten said. “RFK Jr’s getting eight; Donald Trump, way down here at four.”

“But if you dislike Biden, if you disapprove of the job he’s doing on the Israel-Gaza war, look at this,” he continued. “He’s getting just 50% of that.”

“Oh my goodness gracious,” Enten exclaimed. “These are people who voted for him last time!”

Among those unhappy with Biden’s Gaza performance, 20% are voting for RFK Jr., according to the survey.

“This is just a 30-point margin compared to a 79-point margin among those who approve of Biden on the Israel-Gaza war,”  Enten noted. “This is a huge dividing line within the Democratic Party, and that’s something, of course, we’re seeing right now between the progressive wing and those more centrist or mainstream Democrats.”

It isn’t just Biden’s 2020 voters who are abandoning ship. The president’s megadonors are furious over his decision to pause bomb and artillery shell shipments to Israel, BizPac Review reports.

“Bad, Bad, Bad, decision, on all levels,” Hollywood media mogul Haim Saban wrote in a Wednesday email to senior Biden aides Steve Ricchetti and Anita Dunn. “Pls reconsider.”

“Let’s not forget that there are more Jewish voters, who care about Israel, than Muslim voters that care about Hamas,” Saban added.

Biden, meanwhile, denied the veracity of CNN polls during a recent sit-down interview with CNN host Erin Burnett.

“The polling data has been wrong all along,” Biden told Burnett. “How many — you guys do a poll at CNN. How many folks you have to call to get one response?”

“The idea that we’re in a situation where things are so bad, the folks that — I mean, we have created more jobs. We have made — we’re in a situation where people have access to good-paying jobs,” the president insisted. “And the last I saw, the combination of the inflation, the cost of inflation and all those things, that’s really worrisome to people, with good reason. That’s why I’m working very hard to bring the cost of rentals down, to increase the number of homes that are available.”

Melissa Fine


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