- President Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 31 percent in Iowa
- Data from a recent survey shows their ratings have fallen by 12 percent in three months
- Iowa is the major battleground in the elections Trump has achieved in 2016 and 2020
President Biden’s approval rating in Iowa’s major battleground state has dropped to 31 percent, according to a recent poll.
data published by Des Moines Register Yesterday found that the proportion of people in Iowa who support the president has dropped to 12 percent in the past three months.
While the state has also seen a steady rise in their disapproval ratings, rising from 62 per cent – 10 per cent three months ago.
Iowa has always been a hotly contested state, although the Republican Party has had more success in recent years.
President Biden’s approval rating in Iowa’s premier battleground state has dropped by 31 percent, according to a recent survey by the Des Moines Register.
President Obama secured the state during his campaigns in 2008 and 2012.
However, President Trump secured the state during his presidency in 2016 before taking over the state against Biden last year.
Speaking about the results in the recent survey, J.J., who runs the data collection. Ann Selzer said: ‘It’s a bad poll for Joe Biden, and it’s playing into everything he touches right now.’
President Biden has not seen a positive return to the state since March this year, when his approval rating stood at 47 percent, according to a Des Moines Register poll.
After breaking down their data, the Register shows that among Republican voters, Biden has an approval rating of four percent.
Data published yesterday by the Des Moines Register found that the proportion of people in Iowa who supported the president had fallen by 12 percent over the past three months.
While it is 86 percent among Democrat voters.
Compared to his predecessors, Biden’s approval rating is below average, with the president now sitting well below Trump’s lowest turnout in the state.
Although he was still comfortably placed in 2008, George W. Bush, who polled 25 percent.
Biden’s latest approval rating in Iowa reflects the state’s attitude toward handling both Afghanistan and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The poll found that only 22 percent of Iowa residents believe Biden handled the evacuation of Afghanistan effectively.
Biden’s latest approval rating in Iowa reflects the state’s attitude toward handling both Afghanistan and the COVID-19 pandemic
And the approval of his Covid policy has also come down to just 36 per cent in the state – a 17-point drop from June.
it comes after the recent fox news poll The release on Sunday showed that 54 percent of registered voters think the country has become more divided since Biden took office and 37 percent say the country has become ‘more united’.
Of the 1,002 respondents, only 7 percent believe that when Donald Trump was in the White House and Biden hasn’t changed since he took office – and 3 percent say they don’t know.
Biden used the word ‘unity’ eight times in his inaugural address and vowed to bring the country together and close the divisions in society that Democrats claim Trump created as president.
The poll comes as Biden faces criticism on several fronts, such as his handling of Afghanistan’s withdrawal, the raging southern border crisis and his failure to get booster shots by mid-September as previously promised. .
While American voters are not impressed by Biden’s pursuit of unity, a simple majority think they care about “people like you.” However, this number has come down from 56 per cent in October 2020 to 51 per cent now.
According to a Fox poll, this change is responsible for a 15-point drop among mostly independent voters.
When it comes to a variety of issues, Biden ranks highest on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic with 55 percent to 44 percent disapproving acceptance – a figure largely unchanged from the same polling question in August.