Joe Biden got the bad news he feared the most after this new poll shows Democrats losing ground on key issue

The bad news for Joe Biden and the Democrats just keeps piling up.

It turns out even the one issue they thought could save them isn’t working.

And Joe Biden got the bad news he feared the most after this new poll shows Democrats losing ground on this key issue.

Joe Biden and the Democrats made the bizarre decision to make the promotion of the murder of the preborn their number one issue in 2024.

Turns out killing babies isn’t as popular as they thought

But it turns out that the American people aren’t as enamored with the mass murder of the preborn as Democrat leaders hoped they would be.

According to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports, while nearly half of U.S. voters say they are “pro-choice,” the Democrats’ advantage on the issue has “dwindled to statistical insignificance.” 

The latest Rasmussen survey found 45 percent of likely U.S. voters trust Democrats more on abortion than Republicans, while 43 percent trust Republicans more, and 12 percent are undecided.

“The Democrats’ advantage on the issue is down from a four-point margin (43 percent to 39 percent) in January, and has shrunk drastically since last November, when Democrats led by 11 points on the abortion issue,” according to the survey report. 

The survey also found that nearly half (49 percent) of voters consider themselves to be pro-choice, while 42 percent say they are pro-life, and 10 percent say they are unsure. 

These most recent findings have remained fairly consistent since Rasmussen polled on the subject back in January. 

Not surprisingly, voters who identify as pro-choice overwhelming trust Democrats more to handle the issue of abortion at 75 percent. 

And pro-life voters trust Republicans more on the issue at 74 percent.

Broken down by political party affiliation, 72 percent of Democrats say they are generally pro-choice, while 64 percent of GOP voters say they are pro-life. 

Unaffiliated voters are largely split on the issue, with 46 percent identifying as pro-choice, 41 percent identifying as pro-life, and 14 percent who say they are unsure.

“Most partisan voters – 82 percent of Democrats and 80 percent of Republicans – trust their own party more to handle the abortion issue. Among unaffiliated voters, 41 percent trust Democrats and 40 percent trust Republicans more, while 19 percent are undecided,” the survey report reads. 

A surprising result

Probably one of the most interesting, if not surprising, results in the poll is that women are only slightly more likely to support abortion than men, 50 percent to 47 percent. 

And also interesting, more men than women say they trust Democrats to handle the issue of abortion, 47 percent to 44 percent. 

There is a huge deficit among young voters however, voters under 40 overwhelmingly trust Democrats to handle the abortion issue, by 50 percent to 37 percent. 

While older voters trust Republicans more on the issue. 

The survey was conducted with 1,080 likely voters between June 18-20. 

The margin of error is ±3 percentage points with a 95 percent level of confidence.

And the poll should send Republicans a clear signal that they must remain solid on the issue of life.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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