As we approach the first 100 days of the Biden administration, it is becoming increasingly clear that the American people are not satisfied with his performance. According to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll, less than half of likely voters want Biden to run for another term, and two-thirds want him to face primary challengers.
It’s no surprise that Biden’s job approval rating has taken a hit. In the latest Fox News national survey, his job performance stands at 44% approve vs. 56% disapprove. That’s net negative by 12 points. He’s also at a low mark of 41% approval among suburban women.
Furthermore, a majority of voters do not approve of Biden’s handling of key issues such as national security, foreign policy, border security, and the economy.
Biden’s numbers cratered in the fall of 2021 after the Afghanistan withdrawal debacle and the onset of hyperinflation. Since then, his approval has barely moved, despite a midterm election, economic ups and downs, and several legislative policy rollouts.
According to the new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll, Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 38%, down from 45% in February and 41% in January. This puts his approval rating dangerously close to the lowest of his presidency when only 36% of people approved of his job performance in July 2021.
With worries about a potential recession growing, the Biden administration is grappling to maintain stability. If he ultimately decides to seek another term, which is widely anticipated, the economy is expected to be a significant factor in determining the election’s outcome.
It’s clear that Biden has failed to deliver on his promises and has not lived up to the expectations of the American people. As Republicans, we must come together to hold him accountable and demand better leadership for our country.