According to the data, Joe Biden’s work as head of state is approved by 41% of respondents.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s popularity among Americans has dropped to a new low since his inauguration. This is evidenced by the results of a sociological survey published on Sunday, conducted by The Washington Post and the ABC TV channel.
According to the data, Biden’s work as head of state is approved by 41% of respondents. 53% of the survey participants have the opposite opinion. The others did not give an answer.
According to the researchers, this is the lowest rating of Biden recorded since his inauguration in January when conducting polls by The Washington Post and ABC. According to the presented data, the popularity of the current American leader has been steadily declining over the past few months. The main reason for this was voters’ dissatisfaction with the economic situation in the United States, including rising prices.
The most recent survey by The Washington Post and ABC was conducted among about a thousand adult Americans across the country between November 7 and 10. They were asked questions by phone.
The decline in the popularity of the American leader is also evidenced by the results of many other sociological studies. Biden, commenting on this, said earlier this month that “he did not run for president because of public opinion polls.”