A Gallup poll found that Joe Biden has lost more approval among Americans than any President since World War 2.
Joe Biden has disappointed Americans more than any other president since World War II has at this point in their term, a new Gallup poll released Friday appears to show.
The newest data is from a survey taken from October 1 â€“ 19 and compares Bidenâ€™s average approval rating across the first three quarters of his term against every president since Dwight Eisenhower.
Biden lost a whopping 11. 3 percentage points from his first quarter approval of 56 percent to an average of 44.7 percent at the end of the three months spanning late July through October.
Things are still getting worse for Biden.
His average approval continues to tank.
Joe Biden's approval rating is almost 10 points underwater pic.twitter.com/HM6ldOcbfo
— Kyle Martinsen (@KyleMartinsen_) October 25, 2021
It isn’t just in Real Clear Politics his average approval took a hit either.
His approval in FiveThirtyEight hit a new low.
Another day, another set of polls, another new low for President Joe Biden. That mantra was repeated Monday when polling data website FiveThirtyEight showed Bidenâ€™s approval rating has dipped to a new low of 43.4 percent.
The plunge came even as he works through a legislative logjam on Capitol Hill involving two spending bills key to his future agenda â€“ and ultimate political survival.
FiveThirtyEightâ€™s average of polls contained grim news for Biden on a variety of fronts and followed other bad news, all the while reinforcing the perception he is being punished by voters for a host of stumbles and missteps.
The presidentâ€™s disapproval rating in the job also reached an all-time high in FiveThirtyEightâ€™s average, coming in at 50.7 percent on Friday.
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