WASHINGTON, May 24 – US President Joe Biden’s approval rate this week dropped to 36%, the lowest level in his presidency, as Americans suffer from inflation, according to an Ipsos poll completed on Tuesday.
A two-day national survey found that 59% of Americans do not accept Biden’s performance. His total accreditation dropped by 6% from 42% last week.
Biden’s approval rate has been below 50% since August, prompting people to warn that his Democratic Party is on the verge of losing at least one congressional home in the November 8 election.
As a sign of declining interest in the Democrats, Biden’s approval of his party dropped to 72% from 76% last week. Only 10% of Republicans authorize his office work.
As low as Biden’s approval rate overall, it remains higher than the decline of his predecessor, Donald Trump, whose approval dropped by 33% in December 2017.
This year, Biden witnessed an increase in U.S. consumer prices, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine helping to raise fuel prices and global supply chains still being blocked by the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Ipsos survey was conducted online in English throughout the United States. A recent survey collected responses from 1,005 adults, including 456 Democrats and 358 Republicans. It has a reliability interval – a measure of accuracy – of four percentage points.