Percentage of Americans who rate the work of President Joe Biden positively This month it fell to 54% (after a 59% positive review rate in July), at a time when the United States faces two serious problems, at home and abroad: a new wave of Covid-19 cases and the crisis in Afghanistan.
according to last edition From a monthly poll by the Associated Press and the University of Chicago, the internal and external challenges that Joe Biden is going through at this time have caused the president’s popularity to drop to Minimum values from the beginning of the term, in January of this year.
The survey is based on the surveys that have been conducted. Between the 12th and 16th of August – The period during which the Taliban took control of the Afghan capital, Kabul, and the country was witnessing the peak of a new wave of infections with the Covid-19 virus, which began to be recorded in late July. According to the study, 54% of Americans now rate Joe Biden’s work favorably (90% among Democrats and 13% among Republicans).
In January, that number was 61% (97% among Democrats and 23% among Republicans), but It was constantly dropping Over the months, according to the monthly survey.
On specific topics, Americans are divided on Joe Biden’s management of foreign policy (47% positive, 51% negative) as well as national security issues (52% positive, 46% negative).
Democrat Joe Biden, who served as US Vice President between 2009 and 2017 during Barack Obama’s term, was elected President of the United States in 2020 to succeed Republican Donald Trump. Biden took office in January of this year.
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