President Joe Biden’s approval rating has reached a near low for his presidency, according to a new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
The survey shows that Biden’s approval rating has dipped to 38 percent, down from 45 percent in February and 41 percent in January.
The poll cited rising inflation, a banking crisis, and foreign policy circumstances that have caused bipartisan disagreement as contributing factors to Biden’s declining approval rating.
The most significant factor is the economy, with only 25 percent of people believing that the national economy is doing well or on the right track.
The administration’s handling of national security and healthcare is also being emphasized.
Unsurprisingly, the poll showed that a majority of Republicans did not approve of Biden’s job performance, particularly his handling of the economy.
Meanwhile, 63 percent of Democrats approved of his handling of the economy, and 76 percent approved of his presidency overall.
However, the poll also indicates that approval figures are declining among Democrats under the age of 45, possibly due to Biden’s failure to fulfill his environmental protection pledges.
As concerns about a potential recession grow, the Biden administration is grappling to maintain stability.
The outlet noted that if Biden decides to seek another term, which is widely anticipated, the economy is expected to be a significant factor in determining the election’s outcome.