Biden’s popularity continues to fall; Only 42% approve of the US President

Public satisfaction with the US President fell to a new level in the latest polls.

Wednesday’s NPIR-Marist poll shows that only 42 percent of those polled approved of President Joe Biden’s job, the lowest figure for the Democratic leader in the White House since taking office in January.

The latest polls come as 79-year-old Biden struggles to fix rising prices. A report by the US Department of Labor earlier this month showed that inflation had reached a 30-year high of 6.2 percent in the 12 months to October.

As the holiday season approaches, critics and Republicans are criticizing Biden and Democrats for raising food and fuel prices. The US economy has been criticized for its consumer demand, which businesses have been unable to meet.

The US government has sought to reduce gasoline prices by releasing 50 million barrels of oil from national reserves, although energy experts say it is unclear how the move will immediately affect gasoline prices.

The poll found that the main economic issues for American voters were inflation (39 percent), wages (18 percent), labor shortages (11 percent), gasoline prices, and unemployment (9 percent).

Also, 52% of Americans are dissatisfied with Biden’s economic management and 42% are satisfied with it. In April, he gained 54% of the economy.

In a recent Quinnipiac University poll, Biden had the lowest unprecedented level of 36 percent.

Biden continues to decline in popularity just one year before the midterm elections, where Democrats will try to retain power in both houses of Congress. The party currently has a small majority in the House and Senate.

The NPI-Marist poll was conducted between November 16 and 19 among 1,048 adults with a margin of error of 4.2 percent.