Biden Job Approval Sinks to Historic Low - It Hasn’t Been This Bad in Over 70 Years

Biden Job Approval Sinks to Historic Low - It Hasn’t Been This Bad in Over 70 Years

President Joe Biden is facing significant disapproval, unlike any president in the past 70 years, as indicated by a recent poll.

According to Gallup, Biden's approval rating in his 13th quarter plummeted to 38.7 percent, prompting comparisons with past presidents from Dwight Eisenhower onward.

Contrary to the turbulence of the Trump era, former President Donald Trump had a 46.8 percent job approval rating after 13 quarters, slightly above former President Barack Obama's 45.9 percent.

Even during times of national concern, former President Jimmy Carter garnered a 47.7 percent approval rating.

For historical context, former President Dwight Eisenhower remains the most highly rated with a 73.2 percent approval rating, followed by former President Ronald Reagan at 54.5 percent.

Biden's quarterly average ranks 277th out of 314 quarters rated by Gallup since 1945, placing him in the bottom 12 percent of all presidential approval ratings.

Gallup highlighted that Biden's approval dropped below 50 percent after two quarters and has hovered around 40 percent for most of his tenure.

Only 2 percent of Republicans approve of Biden's performance, while just 33 percent of independents do, according to Gallup.

“In this election year, when Biden is hoping U.S. voters reward him with a second term, he is needing some positive momentum to put him in a stronger position to be reelected,” Gallup remarked.

“However, that didn’t occur during the past three months, with Americans no more positive about how Biden is doing his job than they were in his prior quarter, or for most of the past three years,” the polling organization added.

“As Election Day approaches in about six months, Biden faces a tougher path to reelection than any previous incumbent,” Gallup noted.

The Pew Research survey also showed low approval for Biden, with only 19 percent strongly approving of his performance compared to 45 percent who strongly disapprove.

Overall, 62 percent of respondents disapprove of Biden, with only 35 percent approving. The survey did not specify a margin of error.

Biden's dwindling approval has created an opening for former President Donald Trump, as indicated by current polling in seven swing states crucial for winning the presidential election: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, according to data from FiveThirtyEight and RealClearPolitics cited by Newsweek.

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