Biden Has 38 Percent Approval in New Insider Advantage Poll; 61 Percent of Likely Voters Say We’re in a Recession

Joe Biden’s approval rating is holding steady at 38 percent in the latest poll conducted by Insider Advantage for the Center for American Greatness. The national survey of 800 likely voters showed that 60 percent of respondents disapproved of Biden’s job performance, and 5 percent had no opinion or were undecided.

The poll was conducted on July 31 to August with a margin of error of 3.5 percent.

Respondents were split on the question of which party they wanted in control of Congress if the election were held today. Likely voters preferred Republicans to Democrats 45 percent to 44 percent, with 11 percent having no opinion, or undecided.

The vast majority of respondents, 61 percent, said they believe the economy is in a recession, “based on their own personal experiences,” indicating that the Biden administration’s attempts to change the definition of “recession” is not flying with most Americans. Only 28 percent said they don’t believe the economy is in a recession, and another 11 percent had no opinion, or were undecided.

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/woke policies, his declining mental state, and now the recession.

About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 01: U.S. President Joe Biden turns away after speaking from the Blue Room balcony of the White House on August 1, 2022 in Washington, DC. Biden announced that over the weekend, U.S. forces launched an airstrike in Afghanistan that killed al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Zawahiri, 71, took over leadership of al-Qaeda in 2011, shortly after American forces killed Osama bin Laden. The president said there were no civilian casualties in the attack. (Photo by Jim Watson-Pool/Getty Images)

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