Biden’s Election Campaign Expenditure Quadruples in March

March saw President Joe Biden’s campaign spend significantly more than in any previous month, as he used massive television buys to show off his financial edge against former President Donald J. Trump.

Campaign finance filings submitted recently show that Biden spent $29.2 million in March, quadrupling the amount he spent in February.

He lost over $6.3 million in funding the month before, but his campaign was able to increase its cash total with $43.8 million in additional donations. Of this amount, almost 50% came from joint fundraising committees. He had $85 million in the bank at the end of the month.

But will that help Biden in the polls?

According to a report, the most recent poll from the Economist/YouGov revealed that President Joe Biden’s approval ratings are rather low on several important subjects.

Among all respondents, 37% are pleased with Biden’s performance as president, while 59% are unhappy with him. Put another way, the gap between last week’s 19% approval rating and Biden’s current 22-point dip is considerably wider. Even more concerning is that he is 49 points behind among independents, with 70% disapproving of his handling of the presidency compared to 21% who approve.

This week, an Echelon Insights survey revealed that Biden is behind Trump in five of six crucial swing states, highlighting Trump’s remarkable electoral feat.

Given Trump’s current edge, he has a good chance of taking the five states Biden won in 2020.

Arizona is Trump plus 6 points.

In Georgia, Trump has a ten-point lead.
In California, Trump is ahead by 7, Trump is ahead by 4 points in New Jersey, and Trump is ahead by 6 points in Michigan.

In Wisconsin, Biden is barely ahead by 1 point.

The southern border invasion by illegal migrants catastrophe plus the growing expenses were ranked as two of the top problems for 2024 by swing state voters.  According to the poll, 59 percent hold Biden responsible for the invasion, and 51 percent say Biden is to blame for price increases (inflation).