Joe Biden's approval rating plummets to 37%, poll reveals

US President Joe Biden arrives for a plenary session, during the G7 summit in Cornwall. Picture date: Sunday June 13, 2021.
US President Joe Biden arrives for a plenary session, during the G7 summit in Cornwall. Picture date: Sunday June 13, 2021.

A majority of US voters disapprove of President Joe Biden's job performance says poll

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President Joe Biden's approval rating was 37 per cent according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University, with 52 per cent disapproving.

The same poll showed 78 per cent of Republicans want Donald Trump to run again in 2024.

The majority of voters disapprove of President Biden's job performance, the Quinnipiac poll revealed as the latest poll to show Biden's approval rating sinking.

The Quinnipiac poll found that the President is particularly struggling to keep support among independent voters.

60 percent of independents said they disapproved of his job performance, whereas in September, the poll found 52 percent of independents gave Biden low marks.

This month's poll revealed a that Biden's numbers have dropped, with a Quinnipiac poll released last month finding that 42 percent of voters had approved of his performance and 50 percent disapproved.

Jo Biden received his strongest rating on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which forty-eight percent of voters approved of according to the Quinnipiac poll.

The President scored poor marks on his handling of the economy, his job as commander in chief, his work on foreign policy and on immigration - receiving less than 40 percent of voters.

The poll surveyed 1,326 adults from Oct. 1 to 4 and has a margin of error of 2.7 percentage points.