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Biden’s average approval rating drops to new low amid inflation and immigration concerns


Amid growing public concerns about inflation and immigration, President Biden’s average job approval rating has dropped to a new low.

At the end of October, 43.4% of Americans approve of Biden’s performance at work, while 50.7% disapprove of them, according to the FiveThirtyEight poll average. A Trafalgar poll conducted October 19-21 gave the darkest number for Biden, with just 39% of those polled approving his performance. Fox News, meanwhile, placed the president 46% more optimistic in its October 16-19 poll.

The running theme of the majority of polls is anxiety over the economic problems plaguing the country and Biden’s perceived inability to resolve them. Amid the supply chain crisis, marked by production bottlenecks, extreme transportation delays, limited stocks and empty shelves, as well as sharp increases in consumer product prices, many Americans are increasingly nervous about the economic state of the Union, polls suggest. As the political priorities of the average voter fluctuate throughout electoral cycles, the latest polls suggest a return to economic reflexes.

According to a CBS News poll from October 6 to 8, 60% of citizens believe the Biden administration is not focusing enough on inflation and 53% believe that the Biden administration is not focusing enough on the economy and the economy. ‘use. As for the causes of inflation, most respondents attributed it to a combination of US government policy, strong consumer demand after the pandemic, and supply and manufacturing issues.

Opinion is mixed as to whether Biden’s pending social spending spree will fuel inflationary pressures. While 41 percent of Americans say the reconciliation plan will help the national economy, 46 percent say it will exacerbate inflation.

On the flip side, 53% of Americans say they agree with the original infrastructure proposal, but 53% also say they disagree with how Biden is handling the infrastructure issue, according to the CBS poll.

In the wake of the migrant fiasco in Del Rio, Texas, which saw more than ten thousand Haitians invade the border, crushing officers and staff, 66% of Americans are unhappy with Biden’s immigration conduct .

Data suggests independents, along with Hispanics, are behind the fall of discontent for Biden, with 56% of independents saying they think the country is worse today than it is. was a year ago, according to the latest Quinnipiac poll.

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