I donâ€™t think a real good chunk of independents even think about what the opposition is offering. They know what they like or dislike about the party in power. The party out of power just gives them a means to voice their opposition to what they disliked about the party in power or theyâ€™ll support the party in power if theyâ€™re satisfied with the way things are going or think the party in power is doing the right thing. I really donâ€™t think, Iâ€™ll take a swag here, that 40% of independents donâ€™t even look at the party out of party or even if they have something to offer. Theyâ€™ll vote for the party out of power just for something the party in power did that they didnâ€™t like. Theyâ€™re not partisans and theyâ€™re not political junkies.
Bidenâ€™s numbers are nationally, nationally DeSantis has 30% favorable/35% unfavorable, 36% donâ€™t know. Question 35C. Abbot 25% favorable/32% unfavorable, 43% donâ€™t know. Question 35D. Biden 45% favorable/49% unfavorable, 6% donâ€™t know. Question 50A. https://docs.cdn.yougov.com/lib6k0abqf/econTabReport.pdf
Go to those questions and theyâ€™ll give you the breakdown via party, Republican, Democrat, independent.
I really donâ€™t think comparing Biden nationally with either DeSantis or Abbot is fair. Mainly that it seems over a third of all Americans never heard of or donâ€™t know who DeSantis and Abbot are.
Florida Polls, Crist leads DeSantis 55-45https://floridapolitics.com/archive...on-desantis-voters-backing-vax-mandates/
Texas Polls, Abbot 42, O-Rourke 37https://www.scribd.com/document/526125317/The-Dallas-Morning-News-University-of-Texas-Tyler-poll
Those are the latest September polls. Biden isnâ€™t up for reelection in 2022, but congress is. I donâ€™t put much stock in the generic congressional ballot as itâ€™s nationally and not district by district where the house is decided. Without redistricting being completed, it doesnâ€™t mean much if anything at this time. But here it is, I might as well include it as it is all we have to go on until redistricting is completed. Democrat 43.8% Republican 41.2%. https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/congress-generic-ballot-polls/