President Biden continues his downward spiral in the court of public opinion. According to a recent Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll, Biden has hit a new low —39% job approval.
“Of that, 18 percent of registered voters said they strongly approve of the job he’s doing, while 21 percent say they somewhat approve. Meanwhile, 53 percent said they somewhat or strongly disapprove of his job performance,” according to the Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll, which was released exclusively to The Hill.
“That number is six points down from his approval rating in November, when he was at 45 percent, while his disapproval rating ticked up from 51 percent two months ago. His 39 percent approval rating is the lowest since the poll first started gauging it in March,” the website added.
“This is a new low for President Biden as he struggles to solve a myriad of issues from the pandemic and the economy to immigration and crime that trouble the public,” pollster Mark Penn said. “These numbers should prompt a long overdue pivot from the White House, but so far, the Biden administration has doubled down on its direction.”