US Pres. Joe Biden’s approval rating fell again as it now stands at 33% among American adults based on a Quinnipiac University Poll published on Wednesday.
This is the second time the president has had a rating this low in this specific survey, with the first happening back in January.
33% approval for Biden in the latest Quinnipiac poll pic.twitter.com/YVML3plZ9c
— Mike Berg (@MikeKBerg) April 13, 2022
Biden is viewed in a drastically different light, depending on what the respondents’ political affiliation is, with independents giving him an 26% approval rating.
Meanwhile, 76% of Democrats approve of how the president is running the country while only 12% think otherwise.
President Biden’s approval rate is at 33%.
Who are the 33% that think things are going well?
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) April 14, 2022
On the other hand, only 3% of Republicans approve of his actions while 94% disapprove.
Within a small group of voters, the president’s approval rating is at 35%.
Biden gets a slightly higher grade when Americans are asked specifically about how he handled the country’s actions in connection to Russia’s invasion into Ukraine.
ACE: Quinnipiac Poll: Biden at 33% Approval; Hispanic Approval Rate: 26%—Lower Than With Whites https://t.co/9lPMjP5wQm
— David Reaboi, Late Republic Nonsense (@davereaboi) April 14, 2022
Those who approved of Biden’s way of handling the issue is at 39% while 48% think otherwise.
Americans generally want the country to contribute more, with 68% saying that the US has a moral responsibility to stop Russia from killing Ukrainian civilians.
However, 24% disagree with this.
Meanwhile, 74% of Americans believe that, with regards to Ukraine, the worst is yet to come.