Newt Gingrich: Biden Losing Support From Young Voters Because He’s Made Life Unaffordable

Discover Newt Gingrich's analysis of Democrats' important demographic losses in the 2024 presidential election.
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The polls do not currently favor Joe Biden as we head into the 2024 presidential election. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich recently described what important demographic Democrats were losing.

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Newt Gingrich: ‘They’re Not Going To Be Able To Convince The Average American That Their Life Is Better Under Joe Biden’

Gingrich told Fox News, “Well I mean it tells you how much Biden’s policies and Bidenomics have just plain failed, this is not complicated. Go and stand outside any grocery store and ask people if things are dramatically more expensive than 4 or five years ago in the near future.”

“Go and stand outside any gas station and ask the same question,” Gingrich added. “Look at what’s happening to young people. In fact, Joe Biden has suffered his biggest loss of support from people under 30 why because they’re finding out they can’t get a decent job they can’t afford a car they can’t afford a house.”

Gingrich continued:

They’re being forced in some cases to live with their parents in other cases, you’re getting six or seven people jointly trying to buy something together.

The Biden system simply doesn’t work.

And it doesn’t work on the border, it doesn’t work in the economy, it doesn’t work in foreign policy, it doesn’t work in dealing with drugs, uh and I think this is a genuine deep crisis and I don’t care how many ads they buy, this year they’re the Biden people are not going to be able to convince the average American that their life is better under Joe Biden.

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Polls Show Bad News for Biden

Polls show Donald Trump’s numbers are rising with black voters, Latino voters, and Independents. And yes, Biden is losing more young voters under 30 to Trump. If not losing them to Trump, perhaps they simply won’t vote at all.

With rising inflation and other factors, the Democrats’ historic coalition that included many young voters appears to be coming undone.

Of course, a lot can change between now and November. But the voters Democrats always counted on demographically might not be there for them this time around.

Some might ask what Joe Biden can do to fix this.

More astute analysts might ask – is there anything Joe Biden can do to fix this?

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