Joe Biden’s Approval Rating

In the most recent Gallup Poll, Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to an all-time low. Now, with only 38% of people satisfied with the president’s performance.

The July poll marks the first time Biden’s approval rating has dropped below 40% in Gallup’s monthly polls since assuming office in January 2021.

In a follow-up poll, 45 percent of Americans “strongly” disapprove of Biden’s performance, while only 13 percent strongly approve.

Biden’s approval rating of 40% in the sixth quarter (from April 20 to July 19) is also the lowest of any president since Dwight Eisenhower.

Biden’s low approval ratings have occurred as the country has experienced record high gas price. Which have now begun to fall. And amid fears that the United States is about to enter or is already in a recession. While inflation reaching a four-decade high of 9.1 percent in June.

In comparison, Donald Trump’s sixth-quarter approval rating was 42 percent, the same as Jimmy Carter’s previous lowest score in 1978.

Biden’s approval rating in the sixth quarter is the first time it has been lower than Trump’s in the same quarter.

Biden’s Approval Rating Is Declining

Former President George W. Bush had the highest sixth-quarter average, at 75%, with Gallup polls at the time showing the Republican’s approval ratings in the mid- to high-90s.

When broken down further, Joe Biden is also at an all-time low in terms of Democratic support. According to a July Gallup poll, 78 percent of Democrats approve of Biden’s presidency, the lowest level since December 2021.

Less than one-third (30%) of Democrats strongly approve of Biden. While nearly half (45%) of all voters polled strongly disapprove of the job he’s doing as president. Almost the same Proportion of Independents (43 percent) say they strongly disapprove of Biden. As do an overwhelming 87 percent of Republicans.

Biden’s constantly falling approval ratings have begun to raise concerns within his own party about the upcoming midterm elections as well as the 2024 election.

Several other polls have found that a majority of voters do not want Biden to run again. With a recent New York Times/Sienna College poll found that 64% of Democratic voters would prefer a new candidate.