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Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to a new record low, with just 33 per cent of Americans supporting the president, a massive drop of 11 points from last month.
A Quinnipiac University poll found that 53 per cent disapprove of the job Biden is doing, while around 13 per cent are not sure about him.
According to the survey, 49 per cent believe Biden is dividing the country, thereby breaking his inauguration promise, while 42 per cent believe he is working to unite it.
Meanwhile, with Trump expected to run again in 2024, a YouGov poll found that the former president was more admired than Biden or the Pope.
A poll conducted Redfield & Wilton Strategies at the end of December found that Trump would beat Biden by 6 points if the election were held now.
Record COVID cases, spiraling crime rates and a continued failure to secure the borders certainly aren’t helping Biden.
However, the economy is clearly the primary driver behind the dissatisfaction, with 57 per cent of poll respondents disapproving of Biden’s handling of it.
Inflation hit a 39-year high in December, with supply chain and worker shortages causing the cost of staples such as food, rent and cars to skyrocket.
While Americans are being told the official rate of inflation is 7 per cent, the actual percentage rise of products and services is far higher.
US #inflation rises to 7% in December, highest level in 39 years.
Fresh fish: 10.2%
New cars: 12%
Used cars: 37.3%
Car rental: 36%
— Emel Akan (@mlakan) January 12, 2022
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