Biden Receives Lowest Approval Rating Since George W. Bush

Under President Joe Biden, the U.S. is in disarray, with Americans paying the ultimate price for the president’s lax decisions. As such, a newly released poll showed the president’s approval rating at the lowest mark for any president in 15 years.

An ABC News/Ipsos poll showed that just 33% of individuals surveyed approve of the president’s tenure, marking a decrease from a previous poll in September 2023, when 37% said Biden was governing well. The president’s disapproval rating is now at 58%, a 2% increase from September 2023.

ABC News pointed out that such statistics signal a lower approval rating since former President George W. Bush from 2006-2008.

The president, who will likely match up against former President Donald Trump in November 2024, has a lower approval rating than the former president.

The ABC News/Ipsos survey asked respondents when “looking back” if they approve or disapprove of Trump’s decisions in the Oval Office, to which 41% said they approved. The former president’s disapproval rating is at 53%.

Biden’s approval rating falls below Trump’s worst during his time in the White House, which reached 36% three separate times.

The survey also showed that Trump led Biden when respondents were asked whether the presidential frontrunners had the mental sharpness to serve effectively.

Just 28% of individuals said Biden had the mental ability to continue serving as president, marking a decrease from 32% in 2023. Nearly 50% of respondents said that Trump has the cognition to serve as president again. Over 55% contended that the former president is physically well.

In somewhat good news for Biden, the president’s disapproval rating for his handling of the economy has decreased by 8% since September 2023, from 64-56%.

Concerning the ongoing Middle East war between Israel and Hamas, a terrorist organization, only 26% approve of Biden’s diplomacy, while 48% disapprove.

Since taking office in 2021, Biden’s poor decision-making has weakened the U.S. economy, reduced educational standards, empowered America’s adversaries, and created a crisis at the southern border, among other unfortunate consequences.

A recent poll by YouGov shows the former president defeating Biden in a hypothetical 2024 presidential rematch by two percentage points, 50-48%.

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