According to the Associated Press, this month only two out of ten respondents spoke in favor of the course chosen by the U.S. president.
The level of American support for Joe Biden’s work as U.S. president in May dropped to 39%. The corresponding data was provided on Friday by the center for sociological surveys of the Associated Press (AP) agency.
According to him, this month only two out of ten respondents spoke for the course chosen by the U.S. president. “The findings reflect a widespread sense of irritation in a country facing a range of problems, from inflation, gun violence and a sudden shortage of baby food to a pandemic,” the AP said in a statement.
According to experts, only 18% of Americans believe that Biden’s policies have helped more than hurt the economy, compared with 24% in March. Slightly more than half – 51% – say that Biden’s actions have harmed her rather than benefited her, and 30% are sure that the president has not affected the state of the economy in any way.
AP notes that opinions were also divided regarding Biden’s policy towards Russia after the start of the special operation in Ukraine. It is approved by 45% of respondents.