Voters Are Not On Board With Biden’s Climate Agenda

Since President Joe Biden entered the oval office in 2021, things have been tumultuous in the United States. Indeed, since the commencement of the 46th commander in chief’s term, America has faced increasing problems at the domestic and international levels. Rampant inflation peaked in 2022, reaching levels not witnessed in 40 years. 60% of the nation is estimated to be living paycheck to paycheck. Millions of illegal migrants are estimated to have crossed the southern border since early 2021. Biden reversed many of the former president Donald Trump’s immigration and border security policies that had been appearing to be working at the commencement of his presidency. Following the United States botched withdrawal from Afghanistan in which 13 American servicemembers died, many Afghani citizens who had been loyal to and supporters of the United States fled the nation as the Taliban regained power. Many of these individuals were resettled in Europe and America.

In the fall of 2023, the Islamic terrorist group Hamas infiltrated the Israeli border and murdered over 1,400 citizens on October 7th. Israel responded accordingly, declaring war on Gaza and taking offensive military measures of their own. While president Biden has made general statements claiming to support Israel’s sovereign right to defend itself, he has come under fire for continuing to fail to handle an open border crisis. Biden and his administration have also reportedly considered allowing Palestinians to be admitted to the United States. Recently, Senator Steve Daines, leader of the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee authored legislation in the Senate that would prohibit President Biden from allowing Palestinians to relocate to America.

Americans largely disapprove of President Bidens job performance and many voters in several key swing states like Pennsylvania now continue to hold unfavorable views of the incumbent president. As the 2024 election inches closer, it appears increasingly likely that Donald Trump and Biden will rematch in a repeat of the 2020 contest.