The New York Post reported on the 9th that factors such as inflation and economic recession are putting U.S. President Biden into crisis. The polling agency recently released data showing that Biden’s approval rating has plummeted to 30%, which is the worst data for Biden so far. Other polling data also pointed out that Biden’s approval rating has now hit the lowest record for any president.
A Civiqs tracking survey of U.S. registered voters found that less than 30 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s performance, while a whopping 57 percent disapprove.
The Civiqs poll found that Biden is rapidly losing support, with voter approval rates below 40% for every age group, education level and gender, with the youngest voters aged 18-34 being the most dissatisfied at only 21%.
Among the 50 states in the United States, only Hawaii and Vermont have more than 50% support for Biden, and the overall Biden support rate is about 30%, which is lower than Trump’s lowest record of 39% in 2017.
According to RealClear Politics’ comprehensive Dobby poll data, Biden’s current average approval rating is only 38%, the lowest record for any president.
There are fears of economic recession, gasoline prices are close to record highs, inflation is spreading rapidly, the cancellation of US-China tariffs has been delayed, and the White House has not been able to come up with clear countermeasures. The lack of progress in the social welfare stimulus policy has caused dissatisfaction among companies and the public.
In addition, the recent mass shooting incident has brought the issue of gun control to the surface, and the abortion bill has also caused many demonstrations. The Biden administration is facing many challenges, and the Democratic Party’s midterm elections at the end of the year are in dire straits.