Biden’s Approval Rating Now 10% Lower than Obama at Same Point of His Presidency
Biden is taking a beating with issues like the border crisis and Afghanistan
Joe Biden's approval rating is ten points below former President Barack Obama's at this point in Obama's presidency.
Biden's numbers have taken a massive beating by issues like the border crisis and Afghanistan.
Polling from Real Clear Politics shows Obama stood at 53 percent approval and 40 percent disapproval in 2009.
But Biden stands at 43 percent approval and 52.3 percent disapproval.
According to a new Axios/Ipsos poll, Americans are losing trust in Biden and becoming more pessimistic about the pandemic.
Just 42 percent of Americans surveyed trusted Biden a great deal or a fair amount on COVID-19, the poll found.
The number represents a seven percent drop from September and a 10 percent drop from six months ago.
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It was 16 points higher when Biden was sworn-in in January.
Even Democrats are turning against Biden.
As 81 percent of Democrats said they trusted Biden a fair amount, just one in three said they trusted him a great deal.
Obama entered the White house following the 2008 financial crash.
Both Obama and Biden saw higher poll numbers at the start of their presidencies.
Neon Nettle reported that under Biden, women across America lost a staggering 26,000 jobs in September alone.
If the figures become a trend, Biden and the Democrats may be in serious trouble come to the 2022 midterm elections.
Women in Joe Biden’s America are losing thousands of jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).