Polling data shows the lack of confidence in the Democrats being able to take care of the US. It’s not surprising that fundraising dollars reflect that as well. The DNC might have an advantage instead based on available cash, $65.6 million compared to the RNC’s $43.7 million. Republicans are ready to flood the polls in November to get our nation back. Democrats are all talk. They can walk out the door too.
Republican fundraising is high
The Washington Examiner confirmed the news:
“The RNC reported a $14.2 million haul for the month, besting the $12.9 million brought in by the DNC and the Democratic Grassroots Victory Fund, the committee’s joint fundraising arm. The latest numbers, revealed Saturday, bring the RNC’s total for funds raised this election cycle to $219.9 million. The DNC, meanwhile, has raised $213 million thus far this cycle.”
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel spoke of Republicans being more willing to go to the polls in November than Democrats,
“The Republican Party is firing on all cylinders to deliver Republican victories across the country. We have incredible enthusiasm on our side and are out-raising, out-investing, and out-organizing Democrats. Americans are hurting because of Biden’s failed leadership and, come November, will send a referendum to the White House and fire Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer once and for all.”
An unnamed DNC spokesperson needed to put on a good face,
“Engagement from President Biden, Vice President Harris, the First Lady and the Second Gentleman has helped fuel the DNC’s fundraising success. Over half of all new donors to the DNC and one-third of the one-time revenue raised from grassroots channels in April came in from email, texts, and mailings signed by White House principals.”
Polls clearly favor Republicans because of the Biden administration’s disasters. Prices for the average American have skyrocketed.
Fundraising for Democrats should suffer
It makes sense that if you’re in power when all this happens, you’ll get less money. Both the DNC spokesperson and an anonymous Democrat strategist wanted to remain unnamed to speak.
“It’s bad,” the strategist said:
“You have an energy crisis that’s paralyzing and inflation is at a 40-year high and we’re heading into a recession. The problem is simple. The American people have lost confidence in him. Everyone needs to come to terms with the reality that we’re going to get slaughtered in November. That’s a fact. His polling has gotten worse, not better. It’s indicative of the fact that people have lost confidence in his leadership. There’s nothing they’re going to be able to do.”
Fundraising connected to polling
Bill Galston is the Chair of the Brookings Institutions and former advisor to Bill Clinton. He said inflation, among other things, will hurt them, “Unless and until inflation comes down appreciably, that there’s going to be a ceiling on his job approval that’s a lot lower than the White House wants it to be.”
Jeff Jones of Gallup pointed to the insane fuel prices, “High gas prices are one of the biggest anchors on presidential approval.” Only 40% of respondents to an NBC poll were happy with the Biden administration. The poll numbers keep getting lower across demographic groups that have supported him in the past.