Hey, fellow 12th graders! Have you been keeping up with the news lately? Well, If you have, you may have heard about President Joe Biden’s approval rating dropping to 38%. That’s a pretty big deal, and it shows that the American people are not happy with his performance.
A recent poll found that less than half of likely voters want Biden to run for another term, and two-thirds want him to face primary challengers. This means that even people who may have voted for him in the last election are now questioning his leadership.
And it’s not just his job performance that’s getting criticized. A majority of voters do not approve of his handling of key issues such as national security, foreign policy, border security, and the economy. This means that he’s not doing a good job of addressing the issues that matter to the American people.
As 12th graders, you may not be old enough to vote yet, but that doesn’t mean your voice doesn’t matter. It’s important to pay attention to what’s going on in our country and to speak out when we see something that’s not right.
We need leaders who will put the needs of our country first and work to make America great again. And it’s up to us, the next generation of voters, to hold them accountable and demand better leadership.
So let’s stay informed, stay engaged, and let our voices be heard. Because the future of our country depends on it.