President Joe “Multiple Crises” Biden achieved the unachievable.
He managed to score the lowest public approval in the Gallup presidential rating polls of any American president. This goes back to the time of President Harry Truman at the end of World War II in 1945.
Worst of the Past 14 Presidents in the Past 74 Years
In the short 1.5 years since he’s occupied the White House, Biden managed to preside over an energy shortage, a communist-style supply chain crisis, skyrocketing inflation, and gas prices.
He’s overseen the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, deliberately allowed the invasion of illegal immigration, permitted a Marxist transgenderism ideology running amok, and the humiliating loss of America’s 20-year-long war on terror in Afghanistan.
That’s not to mention Biden emboldening Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin to attack the entire free world by invading Ukraine.
According to the latest survey by Gallup, Biden’s approval rating over the first six quarters of his presidency stands at only 38%. This is lower than any president in the 74 years.
More than 1,000 American adults were polled by the pollster between July 5 and July 26 to arrive at the abysmal number, Gallup announced.
Sleepy Joe’s disapproval is also at a record – 59% – compared with any of the 13 US presidents before him.
GALLUP: Biden Sixth-Quarter Average Is LOWEST for an Elected President pic.twitter.com/Pg9aqoyhJM
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) July 29, 2022
GALLUP: Biden Approval Trends
Feb 2021: 57/37 (+20)
July 2022: 38/59 (-21)
Net Decline: -41% pic.twitter.com/dncryzaeg3
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) July 31, 2022
Joe Biden has hit a historically low approval rating in the sixth quarter of his presidency, sinking lower than any of his predecessors. A new poll from Gallup, Biden’s approval rating has dropped below 40 percent, lower than any president at this point in a presidency in history
— retired (@mike19543) August 2, 2022
Breaking Any Negative Records Out There
Even the really high disapproval figures of Biden’s presidency do not tell the full story about his terrible job performance.
Gallup also found American voters harbor far stronger “negative” feelings than they do “positive” feelings towards the Biden presidency. Only 13% of the respondents approved strongly of Empty Shelves Joe, while 25% approved of him only moderately.
At the same time, a whopping 45% of those polled disapproved strongly of Biden, while only 14% disapproved moderately.
Sleepy Joe’s breaking of all negative records doesn’t end there, though, according to Gallup. He is also the one among the past 14 US presidents to have scored the lowest approval ratings with both Independents and his own party.
Only 13% of Independent voters said they approve of Biden’s job performance so far. 63% declared that they disapprove.
Among Democrat voters, Biden saw a disapproval rate of 19%, while 78% approve of him. That is still the lowest number ever for a president’s own party and a repeat of his results from December.
Among Republican voters, Biden enjoys a disapproval rate of 95% and an approval rate of 5%.
Sleepy Joe isn’t expected to see an improvement in his ratings during his seventh quarter in office, which is between July 20 and October 19.
Meanwhile, Biden’s approval previously sunk to record lows in major polling aggregators. The RealClearPolitics average has him at 36.8% approval. FiveThirtyEight’s is at 37.5%.
Recent polls by Quinnipiac University and NYT/Siena College each have him at only 33% approval. These are left-biased pollsters. Others have seen his approval sink below 30%.
Gallup reported that Biden’s average approval rating over the first year and a half of his presidency is the lowest of any president in the poll’s 74-year history.
“Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f*ck everything up”
— Jay Wiliams (@jaywiliams9) August 2, 2022
This article appeared in BeyondNews and has been published here with permission.
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