WASHINGTON, April 13 – The approval of U.S. President Joe Biden dropped to 41% this week, undermining his Democratic Party’s hopes of continuing to control Congress in the November election, according to an Ipsos poll.
Given the low cost of consumer spending, the 41% approval rate was just over Biden’s low rate of 40% by mid-March, which is one of the lowest levels of support for his presidency. The downturn suggests that Biden’s small explosion that enjoyed a brief period last week, when it reached 45%, has stopped.
The inflation rate, which rose 40 years on Tuesday, appears to be a major factor in his party’s election campaign. The American people are suffering because of rising energy and food costs caused by the Ukrainian war.
The poll found that Americans want Biden to put economic interests first, with 27% saying the economy is the most important problem facing the United States today.
On Tuesday, Biden unveiled plans to extend the availability of high-quality biofuel fuels in the summer to reduce rising fuel costs and reduce reliance on external energy sources.
Democrats are expected to lose control of the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate in the Republic, which is likely to block Biden’s many legal efforts.
A two-day national vote found that 53% of Americans do not accept Biden’s performance. One-third of Americans say they believe the country is on the right track.
The Ipsos survey was conducted online in English throughout the United States. A recent poll collected 1,005 adults, including 444 Democrats and 369 Republicans. It has a reliability interval – a measure of accuracy – of + / – – 4 percent.