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President Biden’s position among Americans continues to fall, according to a new national poll.

The President’s approval rating is only 38%, with disapproval at 53%. Quinnipiac University Survey Released on Wednesday. This is well below the 42%-50% approval/disapproval rating for Biden in a poll at Quinnipiac University conducted last month.


The new poll, conducted on October 1-4, gave the president double-digit negative scores, but asked a major issue. And the vast majority of those surveyed said the Biden administration is not capable of running the federal government.

Biden approval rating pulled down by declining support for independents

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“Based on confidence, doubted on leadership, and challenged on overall merit, President Biden is being hammered on all sides as his approval rating slides down to numbers not seen since the Trump administration’s tough scrutiny. continues,” said Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy.

Biden’s approval ratings hovered in the low to mid-50s during his first six months in the White House. But the presidential numbers began to decline in August, much criticized by Biden for the turbulent US exit from Afghanistan, and the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID cases this summer mainly among unconnected people. As the nation continues to combat the coronavirus, the worst pandemic to hit the world in a century. The presidential approval was also sparked by the latest surge of migrants trying to cross into the US along the southern border with Mexico.

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The president stands on an average of 45% approval and 49% disapproval of all recent polls compiled by Real Clear Politics.

Biden is registered at 48%-50% approval/disapproval on its handling of the pandemic, according to a Quinnipiac University survey. The president ranks 39%-55% on handling the economy, 37%-58% on his job as commander in chief, 34%-58% on foreign policy, and 23%-67% on handling the situation in the US. -Mexican border.

When it comes to the president’s personal traits, surveyors were divided on whether he cares about average Americans, with 44% saying he’s honest while half said he isn’t, and Just 41% said they have good leadership skills, down from 52% in April. By a margin of 55%-42%, Americans said the Biden administration is not capable of running a government.

The presidential approval rating has long been a much-awaited barometer of the president’s clout and how well his party is likely to perform in the upcoming mid-term elections. Democrats will defend their very thin majority in the House and Senate in the midterms of next year.

Then-President Trump’s negative approval rating fueled a wave by Democrats in the mid-2018 period that helped him win back a majority in the House of Representatives. Republicans now see Biden’s flagging numbers as a harbinger of what they hope will be a GOP route in the 2022 midterm that will allow him to reclaim both the House and Senate heads.

Quinnipiac University questioned 1,326 adults nationwide for their survey. The overall sample error of the survey is plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.