Three years into the Biden presidency and a year out from the general election, journalists are diving into why the president’s approval ratings remain low and why he’s not getting more credit for his accomplishments. As the 2024 cycle progresses, Blueprint’s polling and research will serve as a vital tool for answering these and other questions.

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New York Magazine: Biden Is Losing the Election in the Center, Not the Left

That hypothesis is consistent with findings by Blueprint (a moderate but partisan Democratic Party outfit). Analyzing polls of voters who switched from Biden in 2020 to Trump now, it finds more than half identify as ‘moderate,’ one-third as ‘conservative,’ and only 14 percent as liberal. The phenomenon of far-left voters looking to punish Biden certainly exists, but its numerical scale is tiny.