President Joe Biden’s approval has continued on a downward spiral and is now at 36.3%, with more than half of registered voters strongly disapproving of his job, according to poll results released Wednesday.
The poll, conducted from Nov. 26 to Nov. 29 by Trafalgar Group and Convention of States, found that only 18.1% of respondents “strongly approve” of Biden’s handling of the job, with another 18.2% choosing “approve” as their answer.
Meanwhile, 52.2% of those polled said they “strongly disapprove” of the president’s performance in office, and 6.9% said they “disapprove,” bringing Biden’s overall disapproval rating to 59.1%.
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The poll surveyed 1,082 respondents and reported a response rate of 1.44% and a margin of error of 2.98%.
The majority of those polled, 39.3%, were Democrats, 35.6% were Republicans and 25.1% reported no political party affiliation.
Over half of Americans feel that President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act would hurt the U.S. economy, according to a Nov. 18 poll released by the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States.
The social spending bill is projected to increase the national debt by $367 billion over ten years, according to the estimates of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
The non-partisan agency’s final report proved the theory of economists who had pushed back on the Biden administration’s claim that the bill will be “fully paid for.”