A new survey from the Associated Press finds President Biden’s approval rating rising to 45% just weeks before the national midterm election.
“Support for Biden recovered from a low of 36% in July to 45%, driven in large part by a rebound in support from Democrats just two months before the November midterm elections. During a few bleak summer months when gasoline prices peaked and lawmakers appeared deadlocked, the Democrats faced the possibility of blowout losses against Republicans,” reports the AP.
“Well, whattaya know? Turns out creating jobs, reducing gas prices, cutting health care costs, supporting clean energy, and defending democracy is popular,” posted Democratic strategist Paul Begala on Twitter.
The poll found his lowest rating on record in mid-July when just 36% of the public approved of his performance.
Read the full report here.