According to a CBS News / YouGov poll, President Joe Biden’s approval rating has plunged to an all-time low, with 58 percent of respondents disapproving of how he has handled domestic and foreign issues while in office.
In a poll released on Sunday, his approval rating fell to 42%, down three points from the first week of April, when a Reuters/Ipsos poll was released.
This January marked the end of the president’s first year in office. However, since August of last year, his rating has been in the 40s.
His approval rating was negative, with most people angry over the pandemic-induced economic catastrophe and skyrocketing inflation.
At least 63 percent of respondents disapproved of the president’s economic management, while 55 percent disagreed with Mr. Biden’s handling of the European issue.
Sixty-nine percent of those questioned were unhappy with the Democratic president’s handling of inflation, which reached 7.9% in March, the highest level since 1982.
When polled by the party, 44% of Democrats disapproved of Vice President Biden’s handling of inflation.
…and President Biden continues to get low marks on handling them. pic.twitter.com/GBLjBFbgqv
— CBS News Poll (@CBSNewsPoll) April 10, 2022
Amid mounting calls for the cancellation of student debts, at least 57 percent of respondents under the age of 30 were unwelcoming of the president’s performance.
Following the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan last August, Mr. Biden’s approval ratings began to plummet after a decisive victory in the 2020 presidential election. Experts predict that his low approval ratings will cause Democrats problems in the 2019 midterm elections.
Between the 5th and 8th of April, 2,062 people in the United States were polled. It stated that the margin of error is 2.8 percentage points.
Meanwhile, the president announced new gun rules on Monday to reduce the use of so-called “ghost weapons” in several high-profile violent crimes. His approval rating for handling crimes in the United States stayed at 39%.
Steve Dettlebach, an Obama-era US attorney, was nominated by the president to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.