Biden avoids the spotlight on Election Day, as 73% of voters are furious or unsatisfied

Biden avoids the spotlight on Election Day, as 73% of voters are furious or unsatisfied

For the purpose of bolstering his party on Election Day, President Biden chose to keep a low profile and eschew public appearances, giving only one radio interview before disappearing from public view by noon.

President Biden opted to lay low and forego public appearances to boost his party on Election Day, instead giving just one radio interview before retiring from the public eye by noon
The president, who has campaigned for Democrats across the country over the past few days, gave a morning radio interview on Tuesday to the D.L. Hughley Show. Biden utilized the radio hit to extol the achievements of his administration for African-Americans.

The White House said at 11:25 a.m. that the president will not be seen in public again on Tuesday, allowing the media to return home.

The president, who has rallied for Democrats over the past few days in states across the nation, gave a radio interview taped in the morning on Tuesday to the D.L. Hughley Show

The White House reported that Biden called a virtual DNC phone bank in the afternoon to thank workers and volunteers. Then, he spoke with Democratic Governors Association Chairman Roy Cooper, DCCC Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney, DSCC Chairman Gary Peters, and DNC Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond separately via telephone. Maloney, D-New York, confronts a close reelection contest today.

In addition, the president spoke with DNC Chair Jaime Harrison and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

For the purpose of bolstering his party on Election Day, President Biden chose to keep a low profile and avoid public appearances, giving only one radio interview before disappearing from the public eye by noon.

Biden had a rally for Democrats in Maryland on Monday night, followed by brief stops in New York, Pennsylvania, California, Illinois, New Mexico, and Florida during the last week.

Biden, who previously voted early in Delaware, told reporters on Monday that he was enthusiastic about the upcoming elections. However, I am constantly optimistic.

He stated that he believes the Democrats may maintain control of both chambers, but noted the obstacles they face.

A CNN/Edison Research exit poll revealed that 73% of Americans leaving the voting booth were furious or dissatisfied with the current state of affairs in the United States, while 25% were enthusiastic or satisfied.

Approximately 33% of voters cited inflation as their primary worry, while 27% cited abortion. The remaining respondents were divided between crime, gun regulation, and immigration as their primary worry.

The president, who has campaigned for Democrats across the country over the past few days, gave a morning radio interview on Tuesday to the D.L. Hughley Show.

Voter in Georgia casts ballot on Election Day

One-fourth of respondents felt positively about the current economy, three-quarters felt adversely, and almost one-fifth felt extremely poor.

This is far more negative than the last midterm election in 2018, when 68 percent of voters felt the economy was good or great, and 2020, when 49 percent of respondents had the same sentiment.

According to exit polls, Biden’s support rating is 45 percent, roughly comparable to that of Donald Trump during the 2018 midterm elections, when Republicans lost control of the House but gained their Senate majority by two seats. This time around, though, people are twice as likely to strongly disapprove of Biden as they were of Trump in 2018.

 

»Biden avoids the spotlight on Election Day, as 73% of voters are furious or unsatisfied«

↯↯↯Read More On The Topic On TDPel Media ↯↯↯