Biden’s approval rating drops to lowest since inauguration

Biden's approval rating has dropped to its lowest level since taking office as president. In November, his work was supported by 41% of respondents, at the beginning of the term the indicator was 56%

Joe Biden

President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped to its lowest since his inauguration. This is stated in a study conducted by The Washington Post and ABC TV channel.

The telephone survey was conducted from 7 to 10 November. It was attended by 1001 people. The margin of error is 3.5 pp

According to the data, 41% of respondents approved Biden's work as president, 53% expressed the opposite opinion, and the rest did not answer. As noted by the researchers, this is Biden's lowest rating recorded since his inauguration in January.

At the beginning of the presidential term, 56% of respondents trusted Biden, but after three months the figure began to decline. In April, his rating was 52%, in June & mdash; 50%, in September & mdash; 44%, according to the study.

Biden won the US presidential election in November 2020. He outstripped his rival, then the current head of state, Donald Trump.

In March, Biden announced that he plans to run for a second term in 2024. Then he will be 81 years old. If he takes part in these elections and wins, he will update his own record, becoming the oldest US president in history for the second time.

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