Joe Biden’s approval rating fell to its lowest point in all of modern polling history in June. His popularity declined even more dramatically this month than it did the month before.
Approximately 60% of Americans disapprove of Joe Biden, according to the average of FiveThirtyEight’s polls. Only 38% of Americans indicated that they thought favorably of Joe Biden.
Joe Biden’s disapproval rating has climbed while his approval rating has declined since the beginning of this month when he first became the most unpopular commander in chief in history.
Those who continue to support him are just insane and most likely don’t even follow politics to know what’s going on. With the nation in such disarray as it is, no one in their right mind could ever argue that he is performing well.
Voters are holding Biden accountable for both the nation’s bad economic situation and the out-of-control inflation.
In the lead-up to the upcoming midterm elections, Democrats may encounter difficulties as a result of Biden’s historically low support rating. There is evidence that the frail leader is losing support from minorities and Democrats alike.
Gallup’s surveys were the beginning of the modern era of presidential approval polling, which began during the administration of Harry S. Truman. In the nearly 80 years that we have been collecting data on public opinion, Biden has the lowest approval rating of any president.
When looking at a president’s overall approval rating, which is their approval rating minus their disapproval rating, the picture doesn’t look much better for Biden.
Biden’s current approval rating, which now stands at -19 percent, is equal for the lowest of all presidents with Harry S. Truman.
These next two elections are going to be incredibly important. The midterms are necessary for restraining the evil from the Biden regime and the 2024 election will be important for getting this country back on the right track.