Biden sharply lost the support of youth in the United States

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Young support for US President Joe Biden has plummeted. This was reported by CNN with reference to the results of a study conducted by the Gallav Institute.

It is noted that in the first six months of Biden's presidency, he was supported by 60% of the representatives of the zoomer generation – born in 1997-2004. By March of this year, this figure had dropped to 39%.

Among the representatives of the millennial generation (born in 1981-1996), a similar trend can be observed. Their president's rating has dropped from 60% to 41%.

The level of support from the citizens of 1946-1964 fell only by seven percent, and among the older generation (born 1928-1945) has not changed.


According to experts, in 2020, American youth treated Biden better than older age groups. They hoped for a quick end to the pandemic, but in the summer of 2021, when the incidence began to increase in the United States, the rating of the head of the White House began to fall.


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