After multiple allegations about the mishandling of classified information, Joe Biden's approval rating dropped to its lowest point since he became president.
A survey conducted by Reuters/Ipsos revealed that only 40% of the 1,035 respondents approve of Biden's performance as president. The documents that were discovered in various locations, including his home in Delaware, were classified. On January 12, five more pages of documents were discovered inside Biden's home.
According to Reuters, Biden's approval rating peaked in March of 2021. It then dropped to 36% from May to June of 2022.
In addition to Biden's approval rating dropping, 20% of the respondents stated that they approve of Kevin McCarthy, the US House Speaker. Only 38% of the respondents had a favorable view of the Senate.
Joe Biden's first approval rating in 2023 is -8%.
Joe Biden Approval Rating (16 January):
Disapprove: 46% (+1)
Approve: 38% (-3)
Net: -8% (-4)
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Sources told Reuters that Biden, who is 80 years old, is expected to make an announcement regarding his plans to run for another term as the president next month.
The poll, which was conducted between January 13 and 15, had a margin of error of around 3%.
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