US President Joe Biden sees a drop in his approval rate compared to January. Voting results for Monmouth University announced on Wednesday show a drop in the President’s approval rate. Of the 54 percent in January, 51 percent of Americans approved the President in March. His negative rating dropped from 30 percent to 42 percent.
“Perhaps it’s no surprise that Biden’s nighttime time is fast approaching. He’s keeping the right amount, but the Covid stimulus package will be the first significant test of how stable that stability is,” said Patrick Murray, director of Monmouth University’s independent Polling Institute.
The drop in the permit rate brings with it a shift in people’s attitudes toward the President. The ‘opinionless’ category for Biden at the end of January dropped from 16 percent to 8 percent.
The poll results also found that 6 out of 10 or 62 percent of Americans approve a $ 1.9 trillion incentive package. The majority of the public (51 percent) are satisfied with the direct $ 1,400 direct payment to individuals and families of certain income levels. About 28 percent hope to pay more and only 14 percent want a smaller payment.
About 53 percent of Americans support lower wage increases and 67 percent allow additional useless benefits and its summer expansion to be included in the incentive package. The minimum wage increase included in the bill is expected to be decided in the Senate as a result of Parliament’s previous decision.
However, the results of the polls also show that 59 percent of Americans do not accept the work done by Congress and 61 percent believe that the national track is in the wrong place. Only 30 percent approve of the work done by the Congress and only 34 percent feel that the nation is moving in the right direction.
Biden enjoys a 91 percent approval rate from Democrats and an 80 percent disapproval from Republicans.