Joe Biden Approval rating: Struggling on Immigration and Economy
% who approve of Joe Biden
Actual Biden + 4.5%
Joe Biden continues to be a popular president riding on the back of 51% of the votes in the 2020 election and excellent handling of the COVID pandemic. He continues to enjoy support from all the demographic groups that voted for him in 2020. However, with inflation picking up due increased gas prices and job creation being volatile, the economy continues to concern many Americans.
Immigration too remains a major problem area for President Biden. On student loans, the administration has made tardy progress. Lastly, the Republicans and conservative media have continued to point out to slips by President Biden questioning his mental faculties.
Overall, the President is at a comfortable place but could slip because of the above mentioned issues.
Joe Biden National Approval rating
Politico- Morning Consult Poll
68% of Women who categorised themselves as Independent voters felt that the country was headed in the wrong direction. 61% of those without college and 65% of those older than 65 also felt the same
In terms of the issues, amongst those who felt the Economy was the top issue, 59% felt that the country was headed in the wrong direction. Amongst those who felt National Security was the top issue, 81% felt that the country was headed in the wrong direction. Biden performed well amongst those who felt healthcare, Education and Energy were top issues
Biden’s job approval rating among adults fell to 50%, it was 54% amongst registered voters. Registered independents narrowly disapprove of Biden’s job performance, 43%-41%. Over the past month, Biden’s net 12% approval on the economy was sliced nearly in half from 23%.
Hill Harris X Poll
A New Hill Harris poll finds that Joe Biden’s approval rating amongst Americans is 59%. 57% were happy with the performance of the President on the economy. 49% were happy with the performance of the President on immigration (down 4 over the week)
Reuters Ipsos Poll
A New Ipsos poll finds that Joe Biden’s approval rating amongst Americans is 53%. The economy (21%) is the most important problem facing the U.S. today.
- The health care system at 11%
- Crime or corruption at 9%, and
- Immigration at 9%
According to a Fox Poll, Joe Biden’s approval rating stands at 56%. This is much higher than the YouGov poll and on par with Gallup and NORC Poll.
The President continues to struggle on the economy and Immigration. Public perception of US improves dramatically under Biden
51.1% of Americans approve of the job done by Joe Biden, 44.4% donot approve of the Job done by Joe Biden.
- Joe Biden is underperforming the most amongst Seniors, 52% of Seniors donot approve of the job being done by Joe Biden
- Only 35% of Independents approve of the President’s performance
- Joe Biden is performing the best amongst minorities and the most educated population in the country
- 63% of Hispanics as well as African Americans approve of the President
- 57% of those who were College Grads approved of the President
National Gallup Poll
The Gallup poll which covers the period of June 1st to 18th found that 56% approve of the President’s performance. There is a huge difference between the Gallup and YouGov Poll.
- 60% of seniors approved of the job done by Joe Biden. This was 45% in the YouGov Survey
- Both the Polls were similar amongst College Educated and Minorities
AP NORC Survey
This survey was carried out by NORC for AP between June 10th and June 14th. 55% of respondents approved of the President’s performance.
Joe Biden was performing well on handling of the Coronavirus pandemic while he performed poorly on immigration and the economy.
[8th July] Biden’s Popularity Slips a Little, But Remains Unusually Steady
[7th July] President Biden’s Job Approval Slides, Honeymoon Appears Over: IBD/TIPP
Joe Biden State Level Approval rating:
State and Poll
% who approve of Joe Biden
Biden Vote Share, 2020
Arizona – Bendixen and Amandi
Texas – UT/TT
Iowa – Des Moines Register
Arkansas – Talk Business – Hendrix College Poll
North Carolina – John Locke Foundation Poll
Arizona Poll by Bendixen and Amandi
Joe Biden’s approval rating stands at 49%. Independents were split right down the middle. 53% of the respondents felt that Joe Biden did not deserve to be re-elected in 2024
Texas Poll by UT/TT
Joe Biden’s approval rating stands at 43%. Biden performed well on COVID but poorly on border control/ immigration. Just 27% of Texans approved Biden’s performance on this issue
Iowa Poll by Des Moines Register/Mediacom
43% of Iowans approve of how President Biden was handling his job. Just 29% approved of how he was performing on immigration.
Arkansas Poll by Talk Business – Hendrix College
Biden has healthy ratings in Arkansas where 41% approve of his performance. This is much better than his 2020 election performance. Biden is rating well amongst college graduates and minorities, mirroring a national trend.
North Carolina Poll John Locke Foundation
48% of voters approve of President Joe Biden’s performance. 53% approved of the Governor Roy Cooper’s performance
Joe Biden Approval rating: Latest Joe Biden News
Republicans and Biden
[16th July] CBS News finds most Republicans think Biden focuses “too much” on vaccinations
[14th] Biden picks Republican ex-Sen. Jeff Flake as U.S. ambassador to Turkey
[12th July] Trump: ‘Joe Biden Has Brought Our Country to the Brink of Ruin’
Democrats and Biden
Biden and the economy
[22nd July] Biden’s Dangerous China Doctrine
[21st July] Biden Touts Economic Recovery, But Major Concerns Linge
Biden and Foreign Policy
[21st July] US govt likely to continue expand India ties due to China factor
[19th July] Jordan’s King Abdullah seeks to ‘reset’ ties with US after Trump era
Biden and Student Loans
[20th July] Biden has canceled $1.5 billion in student loan debt so far. It doesn’t mean broad forgiveness will come soon
Biden and Immigration
[20th July] Outrage as Biden Says Fate of Immigration Reform Is ‘For the Parliamentarian to Decide’
Biden and Domestic Politics
[20th July] Biden’s inflation speech reflects concerns that rising prices will hurt Democrats in 2022