A new survey reveals that President Joseph Biden’s popularity rating has slipped to near its all-time low this month, following a late-year spike.
This summer, Biden’s popularity rating plummeted as Americans struggled with concerns such as unprecedented inflation, high interest rates, and rising crime.
According to a study conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Biden’s approval rating reached its lowest point of 36% in July of last year.
In January, he had 41% support, according to the same survey. A month later, his approval rating dropped to 45%.
In the most recent poll released by the Associated Press on Thursday, Biden’s approval rating fell to 38 percent, two points over its all-time low.
The survey revealed that roughly one-fourth of Democrats disapprove of his performance.
The survey indicated that just 76% of the president’s party approves of Vice President Biden, while only 4% of Republicans approve of him.
In January 2021, 61 percent of Americans approved of Vice President Joe Biden, a number that increased to 63 percent by May of that year.
With his poor management of the nation’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, which resulted in the deaths of thirteen U.S. military personnel on August 26, he fell below 50 percent.
In the midst of month after month of unprecedented inflation last year, it looked that he would never escape the cellar, but he returned, achieving 45 percent support in the fall and again in February.
The economy was the top issue for many survey respondents, who, according to the Associated Press, have not been helped by Biden’s debt-increasing expenditures.
Biden, his political supporters, and his media apologists have asserted that trillions of dollars in new expenditure will not only reduce inflation but also generate new employment.
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As the AP noted such “efforts involve multiyear investments that have yet to provide much optimism to a public dealing with annual inflation at 6 percent.”
The wire service also said people who responded to the survey invoked the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in California and the failure of Signature Bank in New York. CONTINUE READING…