Joe Biden’s approval numbers remain abysmally low in a new nationwide survey, dragging his presidency and congressional Democrats down.
According to a Trafalgar poll published Wednesday, just 36.3 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s performance in the White House, and 59.1 percent disapprove.
A full 89.7 percent of Republicans said they disapproved of Biden’s performance, and only 8.2 percent said they approved.
Among Democrats, only 65 percent approved of his performance, and 31 percent said they disapproved.
Donald Trump regularly saw approval ratings of over 90 percent among GOP voters during his presidency.
Biden is nearly 33 points underwater among independent voters (29.3 percent approve, 62.1 disapprove), which could foretell doom for Democrats in next year’s midterm elections.
Biden’s eleven months in office has been roiled by a series of self-inflicted disasters and failures, including his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, the worsening COVID pandemic that he promised to end, inflation, high gas prices, the border crisis, his authoritarian executive overreach, and his very public declining mental state.
Trafalgar surveyed 1,082 likely general election voters—39.3 percent Democrats, 35.6 percent Republicans, and 25.1 percent nonpartisan—between November 11, 2021 and November 29, 2021. Of the respondents, 53.3 percent were women, and 46.7 percent were men.
The poll follows a similarly disastrous Quinnipiac survey last month, when Biden first hit a disastrous 36 percent approval rating.