Q1. Biden’s support has fallen by more than 11 points since
Polls show that the President Joe Biden It has suffered a larger approval rating decline at the start of his term than any president since World War II.
new vote Gallup shows that Biden’s approval rating fell from 56% in Q1 to 44.7% in Q3, representing an 11.3% drop that has not been experienced by any president since World War II.
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“This 11-point drop is larger than any former president registered between the first and third quarters, although it is similar to that of the previous three Democratic presidents – Barack Obama (10 points), Clinton (seven points) and Carter (nine). points),” Gallup reported.
The voting results are based on data collected from October 1 to October 19.
Biden’s approval ratings began to drop significantly over the summer as the battle continues through the nation coronavirus The pandemic and sanctions were imposed by elected officials, including Biden, who has faced widespread criticism for enforcing federal vaccine mandates.
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President’s approval fell even further after his chaotic return in September Afghanistan That resulted in the death of 13 American service members and left the Americans behind, despite his administration’s promises that would not happen.
Additionally, Democrats in Congress have failed to advance Biden’s infrastructure and spending agenda, further compounding his approval rating conflict.
Biden is also seriously underwater when it comes to how Republicans view him, with only 4% of Republicans voted saying they approve of the work he does and 94% disapproving. In contrast, 92% of Democrats approve of the work Biden is doing and 6% disapprove.
The 88% partisan gap in job approvals is the highest since Biden took office. Biden launched a campaign to unite the country.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Granthshala News.