Joe Biden has hit a new low in the latest Quinnipiac University National Poll, with a mere 31 percent of Americans approving of the job he’s doing, and 60 percent disapproving.
The new poll, released today, shows Biden with only 29 percent approval among white voters, and with an even lower approval rating of 19 percent among Hispanics. Most black voters approved of Biden’s job performance, giving him a 61 percent approval rating.
Only two percent of Republicans approved of Biden’s job performance, with 94 percent disapproving. Among Independent registered voters, 23 percent said they approved of Biden, while 67 percent disapproved. Incredibly, 71 percent of Democrats said they approved of Biden’s job performance, and only 18 percent disapproved.
Biden also scored abysmally low on his handling of a number of issues.
Only 28 percent of Americans gave Biden a thumbs up on his handling of the economy, and a mere 32 percent approved of his handling of gun violence. On foreign policy, 36 percent approved, while 55 percent disapproved. Biden was even underwater on his response to the Ukraine war, with 40 percent approving, and 53 percent disapproving.
Bizarrely, 50 percent of respondents said they approved of Biden’s handling of the the coronavirus—after he repeatedly lied about the efficacy of the experimental vaccines and imposed cruel and unnecessary mandates in violation of the Nuremburg Code. Only 43 percent of registered voters disapproved of Biden’s handling of the virus.
Biden continues to work hard to earn his low marks on the economy.
Amid the nation’s inflation woes, he announced on Wednesday new executive steps to combat the “climate emergency” (summer), including $2.3 billion in funding for a program that will help low-income families cover heating and cooling costs.
Biden’s term in office has been marked by a series of self-inflicted disasters and failures, including his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, the ongoing COVID pandemic that he promised to end, out of control inflation, high gas prices, the border crisis, executive overreach, his increasingly authoritarian behavior, intentionally divisive policies, his declining mental state, and the looming threat of a recession.