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Looking toward a second term, can Biden’s job approval numbers get much lower and still expect to win?

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Those seeking further evidence of the declining job approval ratings of President Joe Biden, who is pro-abortion, may wish to consider the following. One might consider the following. His declining approval ratings are reflected in a series of polls that consistently show him at a lower percentage, with other polling services reaching similar conclusions. Let us examine the data.

A recent Gallup survey indicates that President Biden currently has a 37% approval rating, according to Megan Brenan. CNN also reports a similar figure, with Biden’s approval rating dropping to 37%, indicating a further erosion of public support for the president as he campaigns for re-election in 2024. Julia Mueller provides this information. Both figures represent the lowest levels of job approval ever recorded.

Yesterday, we discussed the results of a poll conducted by HarrisX on behalf of Messenger. The poll found that President Biden’s job approval ratings declined from 39% in November to 33% in early December, marking a new 35-month low. This is the principal finding of a TIPP Poll conducted among 1,464 adults and completed on Friday.

It remains to be seen whether Gallup and CNN (and other media outlets) will now adopt a more pessimistic outlook, aligning themselves with the findings of the Messenger/Harris poll. It seems plausible that this will occur, although it is important to consider that there is an absolute minimum figure for those who will vote for any Democrat, regardless of other considerations.

A recent poll indicates that 63% of respondents now disapprove of Biden. It had not previously occurred to me, but the figure of two-thirds is particularly ominous for the President.

Some findings are as follows:

  • The most recent results indicate that only 35 percent of respondents approve of the manner in which Biden is assisting the middle class.
  • In the latest poll, just a third of respondents indicated approval of the manner in which Biden is handling the economy, a figure that represents a three-point decline from October. Meanwhile, 67 percent expressed disapproval.
  • The majority of respondents (approximately seven in ten) indicated that they would rate the country’s current economic conditions as poor. This figure is slightly lower than that reported in July. Approximately four in ten respondents indicated that they are concerned about the potential for the cost of living to increase to the point where they will be unable to remain in their community.

Mueller ends

The president and his 2024 campaign team have been touting “Bidenomics” and his administration’s record on the campaign trail, but some in the party have urged him to recalibrate in response to some of the signals from some of the numbers.


Daniel Miller is responsible for nearly all of National Right to Life News' political writing.

With the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency, Daniel Miller developed a deep obsession with U.S. politics that has never let go of the political scientist. Whether it's the election of Joe Biden, the midterm elections in Congress, the abortion rights debate in the Supreme Court or the mudslinging in the primaries - Daniel Miller is happy to stay up late for you.

Daniel was born and raised in New York. After living in China, working for a news agency and another stint at a major news network, he now lives in Arizona with his two daughters.

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