15 ene 2022 17:47 GMT
At the same time, 59% of Americans indicated that they do not want the former president, Donald Trump, to return to the White House in 2024.
US President Joe Biden’s approval rating has fallen to 33% during his nearly year in office, according to vote whose results were published by Quinnipiac University on Wednesday.
53% of Americans oppose the president, while 13% refuse to answer the question.
On the other hand, 50% of those surveyed said Biden’s policy was in line with their expectations at the start of his term, while 39% believed it was worse than they expected. 7% rate is better than expected. 49% think it is dividing the country, compared to 42% who think otherwise.
Analyst Tim Malloy notes that “President Biden’s tough start earns him low marks in his first year report.”
However, the former president, Donald Trump, also does not have the support of the majority. Thus, 59% of Americans indicated that they did not want to see him return to the White House in 2024, a number that has not risen since October 2021. This sentiment is more prevalent among supporters of the two major parties, Democrats and partisans. Republican (78% and 69%, respectively).
Last November, the White House policy was approved by 36% of respondents, 53% rejected, and 10% were undecided.
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