Biden’s declining approval ratings suggest a potential loss in the upcoming election
Washington, April 15 – Support for Joe Biden’s work as president of the United States hovers around 40%, which could indicate a lower chance of the head of state winning his re-election battle in 2024, according to Politico.
As reported in the post, Biden has not yet officially announced his intention to run again in the upcoming presidential elections, although he has repeatedly made it clear that he has already made a choice in favor of such a decision. Meanwhile, new polls show his approval rating “hovering at the same level as some of Biden’s predecessors, whose attempts to regain control of the White House failed.”
According to poll aggregator FiveThirtyEight, Biden’s average approval rating among voters is 43%, and disapproval is 52%. These figures differ by only 1% from those that were exactly 4 years ago for Biden’s predecessor, Republican Donald Trump, who, as you know, lost to a Democratic politician in the fight for re-election to the presidency.
According to the publication, Biden recently faced an “unprecedented lack of enthusiasm” for his presidential candidacy among Democrats. Thus, Politico recalls, a CNN poll in March found that only 68% of Democratic supporters consider Biden “deserving of re-election” in 2024.
The next US presidential election is scheduled for November 2024. Biden himself has announced his intention to run, but has not yet been formally nominated. Trump announced in November 2022 his entry into the struggle for the presidency. In turn, Biden has repeatedly made it clear that he is counting on his re-election and intends to announce his decision “relatively soon.”
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