Democrats Reportedly In Panic Over Midterms

( )- According to Politico, internal surveys conducted by party strategists reveal that the Democrat brand is in shambles. Focus groups and polling are “even worse than expected” and the problems go far deeper than Joe Biden’s cratering approval numbers or Terry McAuliffe’s humiliating defeat in Virginia. And the Democrats are in a panic.

These internal surveys were conducted among Democrat voters, and even Biden voters could not name anything the Democrats had accomplished except for the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure bill which was bipartisan. These Biden voters were unable to say what it is the Democrat Party stands for or what they are accomplishing on the national level.

Not exactly what the Democrats want to hear just one year before the 2022 Midterms.

Their surveys revealed that even Democrat voters believe the Democrats will lose the House and possibly the Senate in 2022.

The party of a first-term president traditionally loses seats in Congress. Couple that with Biden’s approval numbers continuing to fall along with persistent inflation and economic bad news, and 2022 is shaping up to be a disaster for the Democrats, and they know it.

According to Politico, after the House passed the massive Build Back Better spending bill, one Democrat strategist who works as an advisor to the party’s major donors said it was too late. “We’re f**ked.”

Even after the White House staged a big bill-signing ceremony for the bipartisan infrastructure bill, Joe Biden’s polling continued to sink. Last Friday, Real Clear Politics average of polls showed Biden at his lowest approval average ever with only 41.6 percent approval on average and 53.1 percent average disapproval, giving Biden an average net negative of 11.5 percent.

According to Politico, the Democrat focus groups found that even people who voted for Biden in 2020 “had little positive to say about him right now.” They expressed disappointment in his job performance and concern that health-wise, he is not doing well.

And while polling shows that Americans support the infrastructure bill, its passage is not giving Democrats the boost in the midterm polls that they had hoped.