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A new poll claims that approval of President Joe Biden’s job is “underwater” as a majority of Americans score his return from Afghanistan negatively and criticize his handling of climate change.

Quinnipiac University The poll’s announcement read “Biden Underwaters on Job Approval and Handling of Major Issues. The poll was released Tuesday and includes responses from 1,210 American adults nationwide, 50% of Biden’s job as US president.” Performance disapproves while 42% approve. Compared to last month’s approval rating, Biden fell four percentage points. At the end of August, according to Quinnipiac, 46% of Americans approve and 43 percent disapprove.


Across party lines, Democrats approve of 88 to 7 percent, while Republicans disapprove of 91 – 7 percent and independents 52 – 34 percent.

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Biden also received a negative score for his handling of foreign policy, with 59 percent saying he did not approve. Fifty percent of Americans surveyed also disapproved of Biden’s handling of his job as commander in chief of the US military, while 40 percent approved.

With regards to the economy, the poll found Biden got a negative rating of 42% to 52%, a four percent increase in disapproval since the Quinnipiac poll in August.

The poll found Americans were slightly different from Biden in his handling of climate change, with 45% disapproving and 42% approval, a 10 percent increase in disapproval since August.

“If ever there was a honeymoon for President Biden, it’s clearly over. This is, with few exceptions, a poll full of troubling negatives … from overall job approvals, to foreign policy, to the economy. ,” said Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy.

While respondents approved Biden’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan 54% to 41%, they received criticism for the way the withdrawal was handled as 65% said they disapprove and only 31 percent said they approve. 62 percent of respondents also said they believed that US troops would have to return to Afghanistan to fight terrorism.

“The pullout is over, but the boots will eventually be back on the ground,” Malloy said, anticipating voters who clearly see a looming terrorist threat in Afghanistan churning out.

Seventy percent of those surveyed said they were very dissatisfied (46%) or somewhat dissatisfied (24%) with the way things are going in the US. Less than 30% are very satisfied (3%) or somewhat satisfied (26%).