This figure represents an increase of two percentage points compared to the end of March on the president’s performance.
The poll showed that 96 percent of Democrats, 62 percent of independents and 23 percent of Republicans surveyed support Biden’s job in his first full three months in office.
Americans have a growing sense of optimism about the country’s direction, with 54 percent saying the nation is on the right track, while 44 percent believing it is on the wrong track.
Biden’s overall support index is influenced by respondents’ perceptions of his management of the Covid-19 pandemic, healthcare and the economy, according to the survey.
It is evident in the sample that with regard to the epidemic, 71% of Americans approve of the president’s performance, including 47% of Republicans.
Additionally, 57% of people asked for approval to run the Biden economy, while 42% declined.
Crucially, 62 percent favor Biden’s health work so far, by prioritizing expanding access to the Affordable Care Act.
The president only recorded negative numbers in the arms and immigration policy. As for weapons, 48% support his administration, while 49% disagree.
In immigration, 43% agreed and 54% opposed it.
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