We've witnessed Joe Biden and the Democrats throw a variety of desperate stuff out to increase their favor during the midterm elections. One of them was the horrible tactic of vilifying millions MAGA Americans. Biden used it to incite the Trump-hating liberal base, hoping to convince people to vote because of a “threat to democracy.” However, the efforts to boost voter turnout have reportedly may be a disaster. An upcoming Trafalgar poll conducted in conjunction with the Convention of States shows what an enormous error it was. A majority of Americans believed that it was an “dangerous escalation in rhetoric” and “most voters were sickened and deeply disturbed by what they saw last week,” according to Mark Meckler, the President of the Convention of States.
Biden's alternative strategy of securing more votes by using student debt forgiveness could backfire on him as well. Apart from the possibility that it will be ruled illegal in the future, only about thirteen percent Americans have student loans. This is a giveaway that leaves out those who didn't go to school or have already paid off their debts, which is the majority of Americans. We all know that Biden is attempting to increase the votes by offering his base an advantage that we won't all get but we'll eventually pay for. No one has an exact figure on how much that will cost. One figure was a trillion dollars, at a time where we're already suffering from 40-year high inflation.
While Democrats refer to polls that claim the forgiveness of student loans is a popular idea, a new Cato/YouGov poll indicates that the majority of people oppose the idea once they are aware of the consequences of such a decision, including higher inflation and higher tuition costs.
What is the significance in trying to use this technique to purchase votes? It is an extremely risky decision. When he's done it, the left is going to ask why he didn't forgive the entire thing if now he's able to do it? They still believe that he's not taking enough action. The remaining population will be upset that a tiny group was rescued and everyone else is forced to bear the consequences of this bad decision. It's not a thoughtful political decision, as is typical of Biden's history of being wrong about a great deal.
Now, the Trafalgar Group is saying this change is having an impact — there's a dramatic shift happening in the states of Georgia, Washington, and New York that is directly connected directly to the issue.
“Folks I know the GA, WA, & NY #poll numbers are surprising but we at @Trafalgar_Group have seen a big shift in favor of non incumbents since #Biden announced his #studentloanforgiveness package,” Trafalgar’s chief pollster Robert Cahaly wrote. “No other issue this cycle has enraged middle and working class voters more than this.”
Cahaly confirms that Americans are aware of this and are irritated. They're going after Democrats for their push for the debt forgiveness. The result is that races that might not have been expected to be tight suddenly are, like the governor's race in New York where Republican Lee Zeldin now has a strong chance.
Senator. Patty Murray (D-WA) could have taken her race easily, however she's in danger.
Herschel Walker is now ahead in his Senate race in Georgia according to Georgia's Emerson and Trafalgar polls. Stacey Abrams is also having serious problems in Georgia.
We also see Blake Masters progressively closing the gap in Arizona, only three points behind Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) with momentum to his advantage. Kelly is just under 50 percent.
It appears that Biden's strategies could be working horribly.