A Saturday poll produced by Civiqs showed that the Biden administration’s overall approval rating has reached a new low.
A Saturday poll produced by Civiqs showed that the Biden administration’s overall approval rating has reached a new low, falling below 30 percent for the first time during Joe Biden’s presidency.
Total job approval for Biden stood at only 29 percent as of July 9, with 58 percent of Americans disapproving of his leadership. Only five other modern presidents have fallen into this territory.
Biden now joins Presidents Harry Truman (22 percent), Richard Nixon (24 percent), Jimmy Carter (28 percent), George H.W. Bush (29 percent), and George W. Bush (25 percent).
Worse yet, some of the key demographics polled are ones which Biden cannot afford to lose. Only 19 percent of independents approve of his job performance, while only 36 percent of Hispanics approve.
This abysmal collapse in public support can be traced back to Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan in August. Biden left thousands of American citizens stranded in that war-torn country at the time of the Taliban’s takeover. Furthermore, record gas prices and a 40-year high inflation rate have contributed to the loss of confidence in the administration.
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