The Political Aspie Daily Tracker for Thursday, June 17, Shows President Biden with a Job Approval of 53%.

According to the Political Aspie daily tracker, 53% of American voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. His disapproval is 45% according to my average. Several new polls have been released since yesterday morning, and which I have factored into my average. The Monmouth poll, the Economist/YouGov poll, the GSG/GBAO poll, the Politico/Morning Consult poll, and the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.

The Monmouth poll shows the President with a job approval of 49% and a disapproval of 43%. The Economist/YouGov poll gave the President a job approval of 48% and a disapproval of 45%. The GSG/GBAO survey gave Biden a job approval of 52% and a disapproval of 44%. The Politico/Morning Consult poll gave Joe Biden a job approval of 53% and a disapproval of 44%. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking poll shows President Biden with a job approval of 50% and a disapproval of 48%.

35 Disability Rights Organizations, including the American Association for People with Disabilities (AAPD), the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN), the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), and the Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network have signed a statement warning that the paper ballot mandate in the “For the People Act” would disenfranchise voters with disabilities.

The statement highlighted the strengths if the legislation, such as expanding access to voting, though it stated that the paper ballot mandate would disenfranchise many voters with disabilities who are unable to independently hand-mark, verify and cast a paper ballot due to their disability.

The signed orgs. did propose changes that would protect the rights of voters with disabilities.

President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom President Biden has called a worthy adversary, concluded their summit in Geneva yesterday. Both sides said that got what they wanted out of the summit and President Biden said that the discussion was positive and constructive.

The President did relay that cyberattacks on American cyberinfrastructure would not be tolerated.

The President did have a incident with CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlain Collins, who assked the President why he was confident that President Vladimir Putin was going to change his behavior. A legitimate question.

The President snapped and responded that he wasn’t confident in that regard.

Later on he apologized to Collins for his rudeness.

New Politico/Morning Consult Poll Shows President Joe Biden With a Job Approval of 53%.

According to a new Politico/Morning Consult poll, 53% of registered voters approve of the job that President Biden is doing. That’s an increase of one percentage point from last week. 43% of respondents to the survey registered their disapproval.

President Biden holds an 81% job approval among Democrats and a 48% job approval with Independents. Among Republicans, only 17% approve of the President.

The President receives his highest marks on his handling of the jobs issue, with 50% approving of him on this issue. On other issues of concern to the disability and autistic communities, such as the Economy and Health Care, the President receives an approval rating of 47% each. That’s of registered voters, though I would like to see disability included as a polling demographic.

53% of registered voters disapprove of the President’s handling of the immigration issue.

46% of respondents approve of the President on the issue of voting rights.

The Politico/Morning Consult poll was conducted from June 11-13 among 1,994 registered voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.

The Political Aspie Daily Tracker for Wednesday, June 16, Shows President Biden With a Job Approval of 53%.

According to the Political Aspie daily tracker, President Biden’s job approval now stands at 53%. His disapproval is 41% according to the Political Aspie average. Two new polls that I have factored into the average are the GU Politics/Battleground poll and the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.

The GU Politics poll gave President Biden a job approval of 52% and a disapproval of 45%, while the Rasmussen survey showed the President with a job approval of 50% and a disapproval of 48%.

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting today for their high-stakes summit in Geneva, Switzerland. I hope that President Biden takes a hardline against Putin, especially on the issue of the recent ransomware cyberattacks on America’s cyberinfrastructure. Biden needs to let Putin, that we will not tolerate these cyberattacks, that we know that they are coming from Russian actors, and that we will hold the Russian Government responsible and accountable for any future cyberattacks on American interests or our allies.

Putin’s Russia is not our ally.

The President also met with NATO and other European allies the past couple of days. Over these discussions, the President affirmed the United States commitment to the NATO alliance and to European defense. President Biden also affirmed America’s commitment to Article 5 of the NATO charter that an Attack upon one member is an attack upon all members of the alliance.

GU Politics/Battleground Poll Gives President Biden a Job Approval of 52%.

According to a new GU Politics/Battleground poll, 52% of registered voters approve of the President’s job performance. 45% of respondents registered their disapproval.

When asked about what issue was most important to them personally, 18% said divisions in the country. 16% said voting rights, and 14% said government spending. When asked what was the next most important issue, 14% said divisions in the country, 11% said government spending, and 10% said health care, national defense and terrorism.

When asked their opinion of each of the three, 52% of respondents had a favorable opinion of Dr. Anthony Fauci, 49% had a favorable opinion of black lives matter, and 50% had a unfavorable opinion of Qanon.

Seriously, if you still believe in the Qanon conspiracy theory, you are seriously deluded.

On the issue of the Trump and Biden’s administration response to Covid-19, 53% of registered voters rated the Biden Administration’s response as either excellent or fair, whereas 50% rated the Trump administration’s response as poor.

Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman Announces Her Candidacy For State Attorney General.

Eva Guzman, Texas Supreme Court Justice, has announced that she will be challenging Attorney General Ken Paxton in next years Texas GOP primary. She joins Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, who announced that he was throwing his hat into the ring a couple of weeks ago. Ken Paxton is under federal indictment for Securities Fraud.

Guzman submitted her resignation of her seat on the State Supreme Court a week ago. She had held that seat since 2009, appointed to it by than Gov. Rick Perry.

On the Democratic side, Galveston Attorney Joe Jaworski is also running for the office.

With Bush in the race for Attorney General, that makes the Land Commissioner position an open seat. Businessman Weston Martinez has announced his candidacy for the office of Land Commissioner. State Senator Dawn Buckingham of Lakeway, has also stated her intention to run for the office. Both are Republicans.

My Daily Tracker Shows No Change in President Biden’s Job Approval.

According to my daily tracker, President Biden’s job approval remained at 54% this morning. His disapproval, though, fell slightly, to 40%. Rasmussen Reports released its daily tracking poll, which I factored into my average, and which gave the President an approval rating of 49% and a disapproval of 49%.

Efforts to pass meaningful voting rights and access reforms continue on Capital Hill. The main target for Voting Rights activists is Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who wields a lot power as a swing vote in the Senate.

The American Association of People with Disabilities or AAPD, as well as their partner, RevUp, are at the forefront in this effort, given it’s importance to the disability community. The Autistic Self Advocacy Network or ASAN, have also gotten involved in pushing for Voting Rights reform.

This comes as Republican led state legislators across the country continue to pass bills restricting access to voting. In the state of Texas, we temporarily dodged a bullet, as Senate Bill 7 failed to passed during the previous legislative session, though efforts are being made to pass it in a special session.

Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has stated that he will oppose a bipartisan infrastructure compromise plan as it doesn’t, in his view, adequately address the real infrastructure needs in the country, or includes a tax increase on the wealthy, as a way to pay for it.

Joe Biden needs 10 Republicans to stop a filibuster. Bernie Sanders move throws a new monkey wrinch into efforts to get an infrastructure bill through congress and to the President for his signature.

My Daily Tracker Shows President Joe Biden With a Job Approval of 54%.

According to my daily tracker, Joe Biden has a job approval of 54%. That remains unchanged from Saturday. His disapproval is 41% according to my average. The latest poll that I’ve factored into my average is the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll, which shows President Biden with a job approval of 49% and a disapproval of 50%.

The G7 Summit concluded over the weekend. Gone are the days of the Trump era America First foreign policy, and back is the Obama “Lead from behind,” go along to get along approach. Trump, I agree, was a little to aggressive and over the top with his America First approach, but American interests and values were defended on the world stage.

Israel had a transfer of power over the weekend, as former Prime Minister Benjamin Netyanahu stepped down. Netyanahu, in his last speech as Prime Minister, blasted the Biden Administration for being soft in regards to Iran, which he said made Israel less secure.

The new Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, is a more hawkish version of Benjamin Netyanahu.

Former Navy SEAL and former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens leads in polling on the Missouri GOP Senate Primary for next year with 34%. This according to a new Remington Research Group/Missouri Scout poll. His nearest competitor is Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. This race is for the Senate seat vacated by retiring Republican Senator Roy Blount.

Former Georgia Democrat State Legislature Vernon Jones is challenging incumbent Republican Governor Brian Kemp in next years Georgia GOP Gubernatorial Primary. Jones is outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump and is calling for a statewide audit of the 2020 election results.

New polling shows former Virginia Governor and former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe beating Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin in the Virginia Governors race by 4 percentage points, 46% to 42%, according to the WinWithJMC poll.

53.6% of Americans Approve of President Biden’s Job Performance.

According to my latest average, 53.6% of American voters approve of President Joe Biden’s job performance. His disapproval is 40.2% according to the average. 2 recent polls that I have factored into my average include the Reuters/Ipsos poll and The Hill/HarrisX poll. Reuters gave President Biden a job approval of 55% and a disapproval of 40%, while The Hill gave him a job approval of 61% and a disapproval of 39%.

A recent report by the New York Times found that, in an effort to root out leaks in the administration, the Trump DOJ seized the communication record of several high-profile journalists and Democrats, including California Representative Adam Schiff.

Political enemies list are nothing new. Richard Nixon was notorious for having one. This abuse of power though, exceeds anything previously.

The use of Government agencies to target political opponents is an egregious abuse of power. It needs to be dealt with as such.

The FBI and the Department of Justice have opened up an internal investigation into the matter, and I’m pretty sure that Congressional Democrats are going to want to look into it as well.

New Reuters/Ipsos Poll Shows President Biden With a Job Approval of 55%.

According to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, 55% of American adults approve of President Biden’s job performance. That is a increase of one percentage point from last week. 40% of respondents to the survey registered their disapproval.

90% of respondents who identified as Democrats approved of the President’s job performance, while only 20% of Republicans did so. 49% of those who identified as Independents approved of the job that President Biden is doing.

The most important problem facing the country, according to respondents to the Ipsos poll was the economy, unemployment, and jobs. 23% named this as the most important problem. Jobs and the economy are issues of concern to the disability and autistic communities, which continue to have high rates of poverty, homelessness, and unemployment, far above the national average.

11% said the healthcare system. Again, people with disabilities, including Autistic adults, are among the strongest supporters of universal and single-payer healthcare.

9% said inequality and discrimination, immigration, and public health, disease, and illness.

Joe Biden’s Job Approval Now Stands at 53.5% According to my Latest Average.

According to my latest average, 53.5% of Americans approve of President Biden’s job performance. That is down slightly from yesterday’s 53.8%. His disapproval is 40.4% according to my average. Rasmussen Reports released their daily tracking poll this morning, which I factored into my average, and which gave the President an approval of 49% and a disapproval of 49%.

New studies on the Delta variant of the Coronavirus, which originated in India and has become the dominant strain in the U.K. found that the new strain is 60% more transmissible than the Alpha variant. It also reduces the effectivity between a first dose if the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and the second dose to 33%. The vaccine is 50% effective against the Alpha variant between doses.

Being fully vaccinated is still effective against this new Delta variant.

It is incumbent on everyone to get fully vaccinated, not just for your health and safety, but for everyone around you.

President Joe Biden met with U.K. Prime Minister at the G7 Summit in Cornwall yesterday. The President said that the United States to the Northern Ireland peace process and the Good Friday Accords, negotiated in 1998. Both President Biden and Prime Minister committed themselves to strengthening the U.K.-U.S. Special Relationship.

The President is scheduled to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the tail-end of the summit, for what will most likely be a very contentious meeting.

Biden will also be meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has said that she’ll be stepping down as Chancellor after Germany’s Bundestag elections in September, in July.