This is normal sampling variance. Biden's numbers have settled into a range. At the moment is it toward the top of the range whereas two weeks ago it was toward the bottom.No, I don't buy it because there is no reason for any uptick. He is continually failing in every area.
They aren't. If anything the opposite is true.Bidens numbers are getting better.
Up over 4% is not losing.GOP is losing generic mid term ballot preference.
I don't listen to the Trump Cult, but we all know who does.....This is misinformation. One poll has an uptick for Biden, but his average is still in -11% to -13% range he has been in for the last several months. Only Trump has been worse and not much worse. One poll generic ballot favors the Democrats by 1%, but the average is still over 4% to the Republicans.
This is normal sampling variance. Biden's numbers have settled into a range. At the moment is it toward the top of the range whereas two weeks ago it was toward the bottom.
They aren't. If anything the opposite is true.
Up over 4% is not losing.
You have been listening to the cult's sermons too much.
On the subject of the generic ballot, it's worth noting that 5% in favor of the Republicans will likely assure them control of the Senate.
From the Biden supporting Washington Post
How good that new poll is — and isn’t — for Democrats
It’s been more than six months since Democrats have seen much of anything you could pass off as a good poll, so you could forgive them for firing off a celebratory tweet or two over the last 24 hours.
House Democrats’ campaign chief, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (N.Y.), deployed one on Monday in response to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. The poll showed President Biden’s approval rating recovering a bit and — more importantly for Maloney’s present job — Democrats drawing even with Republicans in 2020 on the generic congressional ballot.
“So, a lot can happen in 6 months,” Maloney said, pointing to a graph that showed Democrats erasing their 10-point deficit from November.
That much is certainly true. How much Democrats have truly begun climbing out of their hole — and could continue to do so over the next six months — isn’t quite so clear.
The first thing we can say is that the generic ballot, overall, hasn’t shown signs of shifting so markedly across all polls. FiveThirtyEight’s tracker of the generic ballot — asking “If the election were held today, would you prefer a generic Democrat or a generic Republican?” — has held relatively steady for months, with the GOP leading by between two and three points. And in fact, it’s most recent GOP advantage, of 2.7 points, is actually the highest to date.
Everyone knows what is going to happen in November! Landslide or Tsunami take your pick.
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Most likely this poll was taken before the Disinformation Governance Board thing came out, which means we'll see Biden's numbers crash again in the next couple of weeks.