Polling just got even worse for Joe Biden.
A new poll found for the first time since the Arab American Institute started polling more Arab Americans back Republicans over Democrats.
Support for Biden among Arab American voters has dropped from 59% to 17% since 2020.
Arab Americans have always had the Democrats’ back — but not anymore, thanks to President Joe Biden’s policies in the Middle East.
For the first time since the Arab American Institute started polling, Republicans are preferred more to Democrats.
“This poll marks the first time in our 26 years of polling Arab American voters in which a majority did not claim to prefer the Democratic Party,” read the analysis of the poll conducted by John Zogby Strategies for the group headed by his brother, James Zogby.
“In 2008 and 2016, Democrats outnumbered Republicans by two-to-one. In this poll, 32% of Arab Americans identified as Republican as opposed to just 23% who identified as Democrats. Independents continued a steady growth in party identification and overtook Democrats for the first time in October 2023,” the survey read.
“Support for President Biden in the upcoming election has plummeted among Arab American voters, dropping from 59% to 17%, a 42% decrease from 2020. Biden’s approval rating has also dropped precipitously from 74% in 2020 to 29% in 2023, reflecting trends across the American public as a whole,” the institute said.
This isn’t the only group Biden is losing support from.
Minority voters are fleeing from Biden.
Two new polls released Sunday have continued to indicate that President Joe Biden is losing critical support among minority voters for his 2024 campaign that he simply cannot afford.
According to polling from The New York Times/Siena College of six key swing states alongside a national poll from CBS News, Biden’s support among Black and Hispanic voters has suffered devastating losses. The polls show a stunning reversal; Biden won all six states polled by NYT in 2020.