In a USA Today/Suffolk University survey issued on Sunday, Biden’s approval rating drops to a new low of 38%, with 59 percent disapproving of his performance as vice president. The poll was conducted before Democrats passed a bipartisan infrastructure measure and pushed a social spending package a year before the midterm elections.
President Joe Biden has a 46 percent approval rating, with 44% believing he has performed worse than expected. The approval rating for Vice President Kamala Harris is considerably lower, at 28%, with 51% disapproving of her performance. 16% of Biden’s supporters are dissatisfied with his performance as president.
According to a poll, 64% of Americans oppose President Joe Biden running for re-election in 2024. At 58%, opposition to Donald Trump running for re-election in the next presidential election is nearly as strong. If the elections were held today, 46% said they would vote for their Republican congressional candidate, while 38% said they would vote for a Democrat.
According to a study, 44% of Americans would vote for Donald Trump, 40% for Joe Biden, and 11% for an undisclosed third-party candidate. 66% believe the US is on the wrong course, while 20% believe it is correct.
According to the report, the infrastructure plan, which was enacted on Friday, supports 6% of those polled, including a third of Republicans, and the opposition of 32%. The “Build Back Better” social expenditure program proposed by the Biden administration has 47% favor, while 44% reject it. Between November 3 and 5, the poll polled 1,000 registered voters via landline and cellphone, with a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.