With Seven in 10, Biden approval falls to new low of 41%, economy in ‘bad shape’

Joe Biden’s approval rating fell to a new low of 41%, with seven in ten Americans saying the economy is in ‘bad shape’ as inflation rises: more than half say they will back Republicans in the mid-term

  • Joe Biden’s approval rating continues to dive amid economic woes
  • In a poll released on Sunday, Biden garnered 41% approval at an all-time low, which is 11 points lower than in April.
  • Seven out of 10 surveyed say the economy is in ‘bad shape’, up from 58%
  • Inflation continues to rise as the US faces a worker shortage and supply chain crisis as the country tries to recover from the COVID economic fallout
  • Biden’s approval rating didn’t get the boost expected after passage of a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill










Joe BidenSupport for his administration has reached its lowest level ever as four in 10 Americans say they think the president is doing a good job in a new poll released on Sunday.

NS ABC News/Washington Post Poll Biden at 53 percent disapproval and 41 percent approval – 11 points down from the same poll in April.

The rapid decline comes amid a series of failures mostly related to the economy, including a 31-year high inflation rate, sustained high unemployment numbers and a the supply chain Crisis just in time for the holiday season.

Since October 2020, wages increased by 4.9 per cent, but inflation increased by 6.2 per cent.

Of the 1,001 adults surveyed between November 7-10, seven in 10 say the economy is in ‘bad shape’, up from 58 percent who said the same in a survey conducted in the spring.

While 48 percent of respondents say they directly blame Biden for inflation, Biden has 55 percent disapproval and only 39 percent approve of his handling of the economy overall – a six-digit drop from early September and April. Huge drop of 13 points.

Biden’s disapproval rating on the economy is six points higher than former President Donald Trump’s highest disapproval rating in that region in September 2017, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.

The President’s overall approval rating is very similar to his rating on the economy.

When Trump gained less economic approval, Republicans lost 40 seats in the House in the 2018 midterm elections — a terrifying foreshadowing as Democrats try to hold on to their slim majority in Congress through the 2022 midterms.

Joe Biden’s approval rating keeps dropping to 41% amid economic woes. The President descends from Marine One at For McNair after returning to Washington from Camp David on Sunday

New poll shows 11-point drop in acceptance of Biden since April

New poll shows 11-point drop in acceptance of Biden since April

If today were the midterms, the poll found that 51 percent of registered voters would support a Republican candidate in their congressional district, while only 41 percent say they would support a Democrat.

The figure is the biggest increase for the GOP in 40 years – since the ABC/Post poll began asking the question in November 1981.

This is only the ninth time in 110 elections that the Republican Party has an edge over the Democrats. It’s also only the second time that gains have been significant—the GOP had a seven-point lead in January 2002.

Evidence of the change is the recent gubernatorial race in Virginia in November, when GOP newcomer Glenn Youngkin won over former Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe in a state Biden won by 10 points in 2020 and It has been turning blue fast in the last few elections.

Despite Biden winning after Congress finally passed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill earlier this month, the victory has eluded him in approval, prompting his administration to push his Build Back Better agenda. There may be an even harder push to pass that includes social and social at large. welfare expenses.

The poll also shows that many of Biden’s keystone policies are much more popular than they are.

63 percent favorability for the infrastructure bill and 58 percent support for the $2 trillion spending bill are still under debate in Congress.

Only 31 percent of adults think Biden is delivering on his key campaign promises — and only 35 percent think he’s achieved much as president so far.

The survey of 1,001 adults has an error margin of 3.5 percentage points and includes responses from 882 registered voters.

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