In the Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday, 12 per cent of registered voters say they strongly approve of Biden's handling of the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal, which left 13 U.S. service members dead and hundreds of Americans citizens stranded there. Another 18 per cent said they somewhat approve of the president's handling.
On the other hand, a whopping 61 per cent of American voters say they either somewhat or strongly disapprove of Biden's withdrawal plan.
The president, in remarks declaring an end to the 20-year war in Afghanistan on Tuesday, called the withdrawal an 'extraordinary success' – despite a slew of criticism and leaving hundreds of Americans behind to meet the August 31 deadline he set with the Taliban.
The mission, however, is taking a toll on Biden's political standing.
A new poll shows a whopping 61 per cent of American voters do not approve of Joe Biden's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal while only three in 10 approve
In defiant remarks on Tuesday declaring the end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan, Biden said it was an 'extraordinary success' despite 13 U.S. service member deaths in the chaos and leaving hundreds of American citizens behind
The president's overall approval rating sits at 47 per cent, according to