Even left-wing pollsters can’t cover up Biden’s dying presidency.
Biden’s approval in an NPR/Marist poll just hit a new low for the survey.
The poll found Biden’s approval is 42%.
President Joe Biden’s approval rating continues its downward spiral, hitting the 42% mark in a new poll out Wednesday.
In the new NPR/Marist poll Biden’s approval rating sits at the lowest recorded in the survey since he took office. And 50% disapprove of the job he’s doing.
Inflation, which is soaring around the country, took the top spot among voter concerns at 39%, followed by wages at 18%, labor shortages at 11% and unemployment and gas prices was tied at 9%.
‘Regardless of strong job numbers or the soaring stock market, Americans are worried about the economy and the reason is inflation,’ Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, told NPR.
Wages and inflation were the top two issues for voters in the poll.
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