Biden’s Approval Numbers Sink Like a Stone, Approach Lowest Point of Presidency

Democrat President Joe Biden got some bad news from a new poll that shows his approval rating sinking like a stone.

Biden has never been popular and his approval numbers have not recovered from the debacle in Kabul.

But his numbers are dropping heading into his re-election campaign, never a good sign for an incumbent.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research discovered that Biden’s approval numbers are reaching the lowest of his presidency.

Biden had an approval rating of 38 percent in the poll. He had an approval rating of 45 percent in February and 41 percent in January. His ratings hit their lowest point of his presidency last July at 36 percent.

In horrific news for Biden, the American public thinks he is botching the economy, the number one issue with voters.

Now, only 31% approve of Biden’s work on the economy.

According to The AP:

Views of how Biden is handling the national economy are more negative. Only 31% approve of his handling of the nation’s economy compared to 68% who disapprove.

Evaluations of the president’s approval overall and his approval on the economy remain strongly partisan. Seventy-six percent of Democrats approve of how he’s handling his job as president and 63% approve his handling of the economy. Republicans continue to disapprove of his job performance and his handling of the economy.

Views of the direction of the country are slightly more pessimistic than they were a month ago. Overall, 21% of the public say the country is headed in the right direction, compared to the 28% who said the same last month.

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Both Democrats and Republicans are less likely to say the country is headed in the right direction compared to February 2023.

The nationwide poll was conducted March 16-20, 2023.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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