A Suffolk University/USA Today poll released on Monday showed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris continue to plummet in approval ratings with American voters.
Overall, a whopping 54 percent disapprove of the job Biden is doing as president. Another 40 percent approve, while more than five percent remain undecided.
Biden’s job approval rating in the poll is 40%, a slight improvement from the 38% approval rating he had in the November poll.
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) January 5, 2022
When asked about Harris, 47 percent disapprove. Just 32 percent approve, with 20 percent undecided.
When asked if Biden is a strong leader, 62 percent said no. Just 33 percent said yes, with 4 percent undecided.
Biden starts the year with a 40% approval with Kamala at just 32%
Net: -14 (D+5 Sample)
Only 33% of Americans believe the President is a strong leader in another grim poll for the White House
— InteractivePolls (@PollsandOdds) January 6, 2022
The woeful ratings reveal the need for major changes in the White House for either candidate to be successful in 2024. The good news for them is that three years remain. The bad news is that the polls have a long way to climb to reach a positive level.