Biden’s in Big Trouble with THIS Group!!

( – A week before the 2022 midterm elections, President Joe Biden’s approval with the critical demographic of voters under 40% has collapsed, a new public opinion poll has found.

Only 10% of adult Americans between 18 and 40 “approve strongly” Biden’s job performance, according to a survey by the Gen Forward Survey Project of the University of Chicago cited by CNBC.

The Democrat president’s approval is even lower in the youngest voting demographic, those between 18 and 26: only 7% in that group voice “strong approval” of his accomplishments in the 21 months since he entered the White House.

Another 26% of US voters under 40 told the pollster they “approve somewhat” of the job Biden has been doing as president of the United States.

At the same time, 22% said they “neither approve nor disapprove” of the Democrat president, while a quarter of Americans below 40 “strongly disapprove” of his job performance.

The public opinion poll was carried out as an online survey among 2,294 Americans between 18 and 40. It has a margin of error of 3.55 percentage points.

Regardless of Biden’s low numbers, the pollster said younger American voters were disappointed with politics as a whole.

“The Biden approval numbers are low but higher than Democratic or Republican Party favorability. We’re seeing low support across the board,” said Gen Forward research fellow Kumar Ramanathan.

The University of Chicago survey found the sky-high inflation to be the biggest concern for young Americans: 24% of the respondents said it was the most crucial problem the nation is facing, with none of the other significant issues getting double-digit support.

At the same time, roughly the same number – 25% – of Americans under 40 picked inflation as the biggest issue in the November 8 midterm elections. The second most important cause of concern was abortion and reproductive rights, which got 11% support.

The poll asked young US voters whether the June 2022 ruling of the US Supreme Court that allowed abortion bans and overturned Roe v. Wade affected their vote for the midterms.

Roughly one-third – 32% – said the ruling didn’t impact their decision on who to vote for, another 32% said it made them more likely to vote Democrat, while 13% said it made them more likely to vote Republican.

When asked whether inflation affected their 2022 midterms vote, Americans under 40 gave a slight edge to the Republican Party. 32% said inflation hadn’t impacted their decision on who to vote for, 24% said it made them more likely to vote for the GOP, and 21% – for the Democratic Party.

“Inflation is the most salient issue among young adults — specifically inflation, rather than general economic concerns,” Ramanathan commented.

“More young adults say inflation makes them more likely to support Republicans than Democrats, but the plurality, about a third, says it won’t impact their vote,” he concluded.