The rating of the current US president, after a record drop, showed positive dynamics, growing by several percent throughout the month.
US President Joe Biden’s approval rating is starting to rise after a record low. Voters gave high marks to economic growth and job growth. The Hill reported this on Monday, November 20, citing research results from the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll team.
Specifically, 44% of respondents approve of Biden’s handling of the economy, up from 41% last month. At the same time, 50% of those surveyed approved of his approach to creating stimulating jobs, up from 49% in October. In addition, respondents rated the current administration’s handling of foreign policy, combating violence, and the current administration’s response to Hamas’ war against Israel as better.
The overall approval rating for Biden’s cabinet is 45%, higher than a survey conducted in October.
However, serious questions remain about whether this will provide enough support for Biden to win the presidency again.
“We have seen a slight improvement in Biden’s ratings among voters because there has been some improvement in economic indicators. But that has not led to an increase in support for Biden, because there are deep concerns about his age and not satisfaction with his presidency,” said Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll. .
At the same time, there is almost a year left for the next elections, they are scheduled for November 5, 2024.
Earlier it was reported that the rating of US President Joe Biden dropped to the lowest level during his presidency – 40%.
Let’s remember that according to a survey last month, Biden was ahead of Trump, but he lost to other Republicans.
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