As high inflation continues to wreak havoc on the economy, President Joe Biden’s approval rating among Americans has plummeted to a new low, according to the latest Quinnipiac poll.
Only a third of Americans, or 33%, say they approve of Biden’s job performance as president.
Another 53% stated they don’t agree with the president.
Americans were also concerned that the country’s internal strife would continue to harm it.
When asked which threat was a greater threat to the United States, far more Americans said political instability was a greater threat than those posed by other countries, with 76 percent saying it was a greater threat than those posed by other countries, and 19 percent saying it was the other way around. Instability was cited as a threat by a higher number of Democrats than by a lower percentage of Republicans, 83 percent to 66 percent, respectively.
A majority of Americans, 61 percent, support an investigation of the violence in the United States, according to the study. Only 33% of voters reject it, according to a poll taken on Jan. 6.
While a tiny majority of Americans believe the Jan. 6 terrorist incident should not be forgotten, that number has dropped from 57 percent in August 2021 to only 50 percent now.
Democrats are concerned that Biden’s unpopularity may hurt their chances of retaining power in the United States. Congress is up for re-election in the midterm elections. Others have criticised Biden of not supporting far-left causes sufficiently, while some have supported him by stating that the media has been harsh to him.