Biden Gets Bad News From Obama Adviser

Joe Biden

( – It is no secret that Joe Biden is losing more and more support each day from key demographics that led him to take the White House last election, and now even “fellow” political analysts are worried about this dramatic loss of support for the favorite Democratic representative for this year’s election.

Senior political commentator for CNN and Barack Obama’s former adviser David Axelrod expressed concerns on Monday about Joe Biden losing support among black voters.

This demographic played a crucial role in Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election. However recent trends indicate a decline in their support which could significantly impact Biden’s chances for reelection.

The New York Times talked about the importance of the black vote for Democratic candidates noting that no candidate has received less than 80% of this vote since the civil rights era.

Axelrod emphasized the need for the Biden campaign to pay attention to young black men stating “I don’t dismiss the issue of young black men, and I think that’s something that the Biden campaign and Democrats need to keep an eye on because I don’t think it’s just a statistical blip. This has been a trend line, and that’s why I think there is an economic track that has to be pursued here as well.”

Polls reveal a notable decrease in Biden’s support among black voters. A New York Times/Sienna College poll from November showed support dropping from 92% in 2020 to 71%.

Additionally in six battleground states 22% of black voters indicated they would support former President Donald Trump in the 2024 election. A Fox News poll from October found Biden’s support among black voters at 74%, down from 92% in 2020.

In Chicago black voters who described themselves as “lifelong Democrats” expressed their frustration with Biden and the Democratic Party especially regarding the migrant crisis affecting major U.S. cities.

One voter told Fox News “What I say to President Biden and the entire Democratic Party is that you have missed the mark with this and you have lost some very committed voters.”

The president’s overall job performance approval rating stands at 38% according to a February poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.