Joe Biden’s approval rating is now below freezing –31%–but if Iowa is any indication, he can go even lower—27%!
Seemingly, each week his personal approval as well as his job as President reaches new lows. The New York Post’s Mark Moore asks rhetorically “How low can Joe go?”
President Biden’s job approval rating has once again plummeted, hitting a fresh record low of 31% — as a majority of Democratic voters even admitted they would like him booted from the 2024 election, a new poll has found.
Overall, a telling 71% of Americans oppose the 79-year-old commander-in-chief running for a second term. …
The Quinnipiac University poll shows that less than a third (31%) of Americans approve of the job he is doing, while 60% disapprove.
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Among Democrats, that margin is 71% who approve versus 18% who disapprove. Among Republicans, it’s 94% versus 2%.
The President’s numbers in Iowa are eye-poppingly low. The Des Moines Register’s Aubrie Spady writes
President Biden’s hit another record low approval rating this week of 27%, according to a poll conducted in the key 2024 state of Iowa.
Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll Thursday revealed Biden’s approval dropped 8% among Iowans since March, giving him the second-lowest approval rating of any president in the state. Sixty-seven percent of voters in the Hawkeye State say they disapprove of the job he is doing. …
Most ominous of all for President Biden, on the all-important question of how he is handing the economy, “28 percent approve, while 66 percent disapprove,” according to Quinnipiac University poll.
Lastly, in a number that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago, “Only 19 percent of Hispanics approve of Biden’s conduct as president, while 70 percent disapprove, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday,” Caroline Downey reported. “Of Hispanics who disapprove, 49 percent feel strongly about it while 20 percent are somewhat discontented.”