(USA Features) President Joe Biden’s approval ratings have taken another hit amid ongoing multiple crises, which will no doubt raise new concerns in the White House and within the Democrat Party ahead of the 2022 elections.
According to the latest survey from Rasmussen Reports, one of the industry’s most accurate polling firms, Biden’s approval cratering to 40 percent; of that number, just 21 percent “strongly approve” of him, marking the lowest level of approval in his eight-month presidency. Biden hit 42 percent a handful of times during this month.
“Overall, 58 percent disapprove of Biden’s job performance, and of those, 50 percent “strongly” disapprove. This also appears to mark the highest disapproval of his presidency in this particular poll,” Breitbart News added.
“Biden’s approval has continued to take a tumble since the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan at the end of August, as his administration left hundreds of Americans behind,” the outlet continued.
“Then, weeks later, Biden delivered a divisive speech on the Chinese coronavirus pandemic in which he essentially pitted vaccinated Americans against unvaccinated Americans.”
Biden’s handling of the border, with its associated migrant crises, has also dogged his administration for months. At the same time, continued rising inflation along with COVID mandates are also taking a political toll.
Last week in a report titled, “This poll should terrify Democrats ahead of 2022,” CNN Editor-at-Large Chris Cillizza discussed Biden’s precipitous fall in the polls.
“It’s the rare poll that makes an entire party sit up and take notice. The new Iowa poll is one of those polls,” he wrote.
“Just 31% of Iowans approved of how Joe Biden is handling his duties as president while a whopping 62% disapprove. Biden’s disapproval number is below the lowest ever measured by ace pollster J. Ann Selzer for former presidents Donald Trump (35%) and Barack Obama (36%),” added Cillizza.
“Biden’s approval on pulling American troops out of Afghanistan stands at a meager 22%. Approval for his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic is now just 36% among Iowans,” he noted.