Biden Disapproval Rating Hits Rock-Bottom

President Joe Biden’s disapproval numbered soared to a new high in Dec. 2021 as voters had widespread frustration with his handling of the U.S. economy and leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new CNBC poll.

A record 56% of people said they disapprove of the work that Joe Biden has done since he was elected last November, marking the worst numbers of his presidency, as reported by the CNBC/Change Research survey. Before this, similar polls reveal Joe Biden’s disapproval numbers at 54% back in Sept. 2021 and 49% back in April 2021

The president’s approval number is currently around 44%, marking a clear decline from Sept. 2021’s 46% and from April 2021’s 51%, according to the new survey.

The economy is the current top priority for voters from all demographics, survey results showed.

Of the total 1,895 respondents, 60% reported that they disapprove of Joe Biden’s handling of the United States economy, a six point lowering from Sept. 2021.

Meanwhile, around 72% of respondents disapproved of his handling of the price of crucial goods, and 66% disapproved of his efforts to help their wallets.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) went to its highest level in around four decades in Nov 2021 while the United States economy also added just 210,000 jobs that same month, one of the smallest figures since Joe Biden took office.

About COVID-19, another concern mentioned in the poll, 55% of people disapproved of Joe Biden’s leadership as it relates to the pandemic.

This comes at a time when Americans are suffering through shocking inflation and many economists are reporting that it could get worse in 2022. As Biden’s approval numbers collapse, many Democrats are wondering who will run in 2024 as his replacement, if he chooses to step aside.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump has gone higher in the polls as conservatives grow angrier with Democrats and their extreme economic and anti-white policies.

Whoever runs, it is certain that 2024 will be a heated election that is bound to trigger talks of impeachment, civil war and other topics.

Author: Scott Dowdy