Joe Biden has suffered a significant drop in approval ratings, according to a Civiqs poll released on Sunday.
- Joe Biden has suffered a significant drop in approval ratings, which plummeted to 36 percent, according to a Civiqs poll released on Sunday.
- Biden’s rating has reached a historic low as Americans grow increasingly frustrated with higher crime, record-breaking inflation, and a disgraceful exit from Afghanistan.
- According to the poll, 55 percent of Americans outright disapprove of Biden’s job performance.
- Among 18- to 34-year-olds Biden’s approval rating is only 28 percent, with 56 percent disapproving.
- Likely voters aged 35 to 64 approve of Biden to the tune of around 37 percent, and only about 41 percent of those 65 and older approve.
- Biden has more support from Black voters, with only about 36 percent of 18-34 year-olds in the demographic disapproving.
- About 48 percent of Hispanic or Latino voters approve of Biden’s performance, and only 41 percent disapprove.
- According to a year-long analysis of Biden’s polling numbers, his statistics have been on a solid downward slide for five months, according to Fox News.
- Biden’s approval rating stayed in the mid-’50s during his first six months in office but began to sink in the wake of the United States exit from Afghanistan.
- Frustration over the military’s move was followed by another surge in COVID-19 diagnosis, and the president’s approval rating also seemed to be moving conversely to the price of gas, which has been trending upward all year.