Gallup Poll: Biden’s Jobs Approval Rating Hits New Low
New Gallup poll released Friday chronicles President Joe Biden lowest approval rating since entering the White House in January 2021.
The current survey had Biden’s approval rating at 38%, down three percentage points from last month’s Gallup poll.
It is also a 19 point dive of inauguration month 2021, when the president had a 57% favorability quotient with Gallup respondents.
In Gallup polling history, former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Donald Trump have never scored below 42% with Jobs approval – four points higher than Biden’s current standing with voters. probable Americans.
Highest score in Gallup history: George W. Bush at 75% in 2001, shortly after the September 11 attacks in New York, Washington and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Biden’s approval ratings have been on a downward trend for some time.
- A recent CIVIQS survey had Biden “under water” — referring to a politician’s disapproval rating being higher than his approval count — in 48 states.
- According to Gallup, the president’s favor marks began to drop shortly after the United States withdrew from Afghanistan in August 2021, paving the way for a Taliban takeover of the country.
- Gallup also pitted Biden’s first six-quarter averages against previous commanders-in-chief, using the same assessment timeline.
For this analysis, Biden finished last in the Survey of US Presidents, dating back to former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Over six quarters, Biden has a composite average of less than 40%, according to Gallup.
From a political point of view, Gallup said 5% of Republicans, 31% of independents and 78% of Democrats approve of Biden’s 18-month presidential term.
And among independent voters, Biden is down two percentage points from a month ago.
For the latest Gallup poll, 1,013 adults were surveyed during the three-week period July 5-26.
The survey’s margin of error implies a plus/minus deviation of four percentage points, along with a 95% confidence level.
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