Only about one-fourth of Hispanic American voters approve of President Joe Biden’s work in office, according to a new Quinnipiac University survey.
The survey released on Wednesday noted 26% approval among Hispanic voters, with 60% disapproval and 13% indicating they did not know or had no opinion.
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“A Republican lean among Hispanic voters, who make up roughly 12.5% of the eligible population, could prove disastrous for Democrats in the November midterms,” the New York Post reported.
“According to Wednesday’s poll, 48% of Hispanic registered voters said they wanted Republicans to take control of the House of Representatives, while just 34% said they wanted Democrats in power. In addition, 49% of Hispanic voters said they wanted the GOP to win the Senate, while 36% said they wanted Democrats to remain in control of the chamber,” the report added.
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The new survey shows new weakness among a segment of voters traditionally favoring Democrats. The shift could be disastrous for Democrats as the midterm elections approach.
The survey also shows it’s not only one segment of American voters who are upset with Biden’s efforts, but that his weaknesses are clear to viewers of nearly all backgrounds.