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Biden's Approval Rating Hits Lowest Point Ever

Poll Finds Only 38% of Americans Approve of the Job Biden is Doing

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A new poll from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that only 38% of Americans approve of the job Joe Biden is doing as president. This is the lowest approval rating for any president at this point in their term since Gallup began tracking presidential approval ratings in 1938.

The poll also found that 69% of Americans say the country is on the wrong track, and only 28% say it is headed in the right direction. These numbers are similar to those found in a CNN poll conducted earlier this month.

The poll's findings come as Biden faces a number of challenges, including rising inflation, a war in Ukraine, and a divided Congress. Biden's approval rating has been steadily declining since he took office in January 2021, and it is now at its lowest point ever.

The poll was conducted from November 14 to 17, 2023, among a random national sample of 1,067 adults. The margin of sampling error is ±4.2 percentage points.

Here are some additional details from the poll:

  • Biden's approval rating is lower among Republicans (13%) and independents (33%) than among Democrats (79%).
  • Biden's approval rating is also lower among white adults (36%) than among Black adults (72%) and Hispanic adults (60%).
  • More than half of Americans (53%) say they disapprove of the job Biden is doing as president.

What does this mean for Biden?

Biden's low approval rating is a major challenge for him as he heads into the 2024 presidential election. It is also a sign that the American people are unhappy with the direction of the country.

Biden will need to find a way to turn things around if he wants to win re-election. He will need to address the concerns of the American people and find a way to unite the country.

It is still early in Biden's presidency, and he has time to turn things around. However, he will need to make some major changes if he wants to improve his approval rating and win re-election.

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