Biden's approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50%

Biden's approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50%
Biden's approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50%
Biden's approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50% - almost as low as Trump's HIGHEST-ever rating of 49% A new Gallup polls shows Biden's approval rating down 6% from last month At 50% approval, he is now just one point above Trump's all-time high of 49%  90% of Democrats approve of Biden's performance but just 12% of Republicans  It comes as US progress in fighting coronavirus stalls with cases on the rise 

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President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped to 50 percent, the lowest level of his term, but still higher than Donald Trump's highest rating while in office. 

The Gallup poll released on Friday showed that Biden's job approval rating had dropped 6 points from a month ago, the first significant change in his rating since he took office in January.

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Presidents typically see some of their highest approval ratings when they enter office, but the numbers tend to slip as the honeymoon period ends and dissatisfaction mounts.

Biden's latest number come as progress in fighting the coronavirus pandemic stalls in the US, with vaccination rates plateauing and cases once again rising sharply as the dangerous Delta variant sweeps across the nation.

The Gallup poll released on Friday showed that Biden's job approval rating had dropped 6 percent from a month ago, the first significant change in his rating since he took office

The Gallup poll released on Friday showed that Biden's job approval rating had dropped 6 percent from a month ago, the first significant change in his rating since he took office

President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped to 50 percent, the lowest level of his term

President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped to 50 percent, the lowest level of his term

Second-quarter job approval averages in presidents' first terms
Eisenhower: 71.5% Kennedy: 76.2 Nixon: 62 Carter: 63.5 Reagan: 60.8 G.H.W. Bush: 63.8 Clinton: 44

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