Democrats are staring down the barrel of disaster this November.
But liberals never imagined it was this bad.
And one new poll was even worse news than any Democrat could ever imagine.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
California Governor Gavin Newsom easily survived a recall attempt last September.
But that does not mean it is clear sailing for Governor Newsom ahead of his re-election campaign this November.
A brand-new Public Policy Institute of California poll found Governor Newsom’s approval rating plunging seven points in two months.
“Only 50% of likely California voters said they approved of Newsom’s job performance as of March, according to a Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) poll. The same PPIC poll found Newsom had a 57% approval rating among likely California voters in January,” The Daily Caller reported.
This same poll found Joe Biden’s approval rating in deep blue California sinking to 46 percent.
A familiar litany of failures dragged down Newsom and Biden’s job approval number.
Crime was at the top of the list.
“California’s crime rate surged in recent years, with the homicide rate rising 30% in 2020 and another 17% in major cities in 2021, according to a PPIC analysis. Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva pointed to a 94% spike in homicides and a 59% jump in car thefts when he slammed Democratic leaders in January for failing to address rising violent crime,” The Daily Caller also reported.
Voting patterns do not happen in a vacuum.
If a Democrat governor and Joe Biden are looking at their approval numbers sinking to 50 and 46 percent in California – a state each won their last election with 64 percent of the vote – then Biden and other Democrats are facing apocalyptic political collapses in purple or red states.
That means Democrats running in states like Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin are facing a red tsunami.
This won’t just affect Democrats in House or Senate races.
Democrat governors and state house candidates in states like Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are facing a down-ballot wipeout.
During Barack Obama’s two terms in office Democrats lost 1,000 seats up and down the ballot from the federal to the state level.
Because of redistricting and the fact that Republicans already flipped 14 seats in the 2020 election, it is unlikely the GOP could win a Tea Party-style wave and gain 63 seats.
But if Republicans win over 30 seats in the House of Representatives the party will enjoy its largest majority in history.
They say all trends start out in California.
And if the Democrat governor of California is looking at this approval numbers plummet then it is “look out below” for Democrats across the country.