President Biden has suffered another major blow after his job approval rating took another major tumble recently.
According to local media reports, the President fell down to 33 percent as reported in the latest Quinnipiac University poll, which is a staggering 17 percentage point drop from the month of February.
Moreover, experts have even gone on to claim how this is an indication of the deep dissatisfaction that so many American voters’ may possess regarding the President and his administration’s response regarding the increasing rates of inflation as well as the recent resurgence of the COVID-19.
Other reports have also gone about suggesting how nearly half of American adults disapprove of the job that the President may be embarking upon, while another 13% referred to the pollster that they couldn’t decide on a decision and hence did not have any opinion on the matter.
Joe Biden managed to hit a high approval rating of nearly 50% in the month of February where a similar edition of the poll had reportedly been carried out. However, that number has not yet cracked 40% since mid of September.
On the other hand, Biden’s disapproval rating in the survey has also managed to rise by nearly 17% from its low of about 36% since February 3rd.
Around three-quarters of the Democrats claim they approve Biden while only 25% of those who are independent as well as those who are Republicans claim the same.
Unfortunately, the President also received poor remarks for his current handling of the growing economic crisis, pandemic, as well as issues or matters relating to foreign policies.
This news is a little alarming for many as the President’s first anniversary of his inauguration nears as many American citizens claim that he is certainly not doing as well as many had expected or anticipated.