Joe Biden’s approval ratings are abysmal, according to The Blaze.
It has been reported that Biden holds some of the lowest approval ratings in modern history.
His approval rating is “lower than any president at 100 days in office since 1945.”
A poll conducted from April 18 to April 21 revealed that Biden’s approval rating was at a devastatingly low 52% overall.
The poll was conducted by mainstream outlets ABC News and Washington Post.
The low approval numbers are quite a bit lower than Democrats expectations for President Biden.
However, Biden’s 52 % approval rating beats Trump’s 42% approval rating for his first 100 days.
“Biden’s rating for handling the economy is essentially the same as Trump’s in January, marking this as a clear challenge.”
“Presidential fortunes often are closely linked to economic conditions.”
The average approval ratings for the last 14 presidents are 66% approval.
Polls have revealed that Americans’ approval of Biden’s handle on the Coronavirus stands around 64%.
These Americans also support Biden’s economic relief package.
52% of Americans approve of his multi-trillion dollar infrastructure package.
Only 37% of Americans that participated in the poll approve of Joe Biden’s handle on the border crisis.
53% of Americans, according to the poll are under the impression that Biden will increase the size of the Government.
According to the polls, 40 % of Americans think of Biden as being “too liberal.”
42% of Americans hold the opinion that the economy is is positive.
58% of Americans thin=k that the rate of the economy is negative.
From The Blaze:
More broadly, 53 percent express concern that Biden will do too much to increase the size and role of government in U.S. society. Relatedly, 40 percent see him as “too liberal,” more than said so about either of his most recent Democratic predecessors at 100 days – Barack Obama, 33 percent, and Bill Clinton, 26 percent. (This rose for Obama later in his presidency.)
The data show that Biden did not experience a boost in that very important metric, which could spell disaster for his hopes of re-election if he is not able to reverse that perception.