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 November 8, 2023

Joe Biden's approval rating drops to lowest in months to just 39%

President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped among Americans, falling to a low of 39%, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Tuesday.

The low ranking continues to create concerns among Democrats who see Biden as vulnerable in his run for a second term.

The details

“Biden’s public approval rating has held below 50% since August 2021, and this month’s rating was close to the lowest levels of his presidency – 36% – seen in mid-2022,” according to the recent poll, Breitbart News reported.

"With the 2024 election about one year away, the survey represents warning signs for Democrat chances of retaining control of the White House and Senate. It also echoes previous terrible polling for the president," it added.

Growing problems

"Biden, who announced his reelection bid earlier this year, has faced criticism in recent months over his handling of the economy and foreign policy, while several politicians have questioned whether the 80-year-old is too old to be president—though Trump is not far behind, at 77," Forbes reported.

"The share of respondents in the Reuters/Ipsos poll who cited 'war and foreign conflicts' as their top concern rose from 4% in October to 8% in November, while 20% said the economy was their biggest concern," it continued.

Election concerns

"The news comes as a new swing state poll from The New York Times shows Donald Trump defeating Biden in a 2024 matchup," Collin Rugg reported.

"According to the poll, if the election were held today, Trump would beat Biden in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan and Pennsylvania," he noted.

The poll also comes as Biden faces an impeachment inquiry in the House. The Oversight Committee claims that it has evidence of millions of dollars in foreign business deals at the hands of Biden family members.

The concerns have some Democrats even calling for Biden to step down from running again, recognizing the difficult battle the president faces in winning a second term.

So far, Biden appears set to continue his campaign, leaving increased uncertainty over his outcome in November 2024.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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