Dark Brandon Rises At SOTU
President Biden’s State of the Union address tied for the third highest bump since 1994, according to a CNN flash poll. And the biggest movement came from people skeptical of Biden to begin with.
Last night during his State of the Union address, President Biden showed Republicans not to mess with Uncle Joe.
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President Biden’s State of the Union address tied for the third highest bump since 1994, according to a CNN flash poll. And a 72% majority of Americans who watched President Biden’s address had a positive reaction to the speech.
Here’s the important nugget: The biggest movement came from people who were skeptical of Biden.
“The biggest movement came among those who were skeptical of Biden to begin with. Among those who said in the pre-speech survey that they disapproved of the way Biden is handling his presidency, just 7% said before the speech that they thought Biden’s proposed policies would move the country in the right direction, rising to 45% post-speech. And among political independents, the share saying Biden’s policies would move the cou…
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