According to the CIVIQS rolling job-approval average as of July 2, Biden’s job approval numbers have fallen to 30% and 57 percent disapproval close to 18 months into his presidency.
The poll found that just 12 percent of respondents neither approved nor disapproved of the president. As a result, his net job approval has dropped to a negative 27.
In fact, the poll found that Biden’s job approval is underwater in 48 states. Hawaii and Vermont are the only two where he is above water with (39 to 45 percent)
Biden’s poll numbers have never been lower than they are now, with a 30 percent approval rating. Since he became president, Joe Biden has had poor job approval ratings and repeated failures.
On Friday, his approval rating was 31%, down from 32% and 33% in June and 34% in May.
Biden is also underwater with independent respondents, a voter group that has an increasingly powerful say in election outcomes. Only 19% of independent respondents have a favorable view of Biden, while 67% have an unfavorable opinion, with 13% having no opinion.
Biden’s poor job approval ratings have been offset by a number of problems that he has encountered throughout his approximately 18 months in office.
During his term in office, the country experienced a supply chain emergency, record-breaking inflation, a baby formula scarcity, and the bungled Afghan withdrawal.
Furthermore, his major legislative initiative, the $1.75 trillion BBB Act, has been stagnant for a long time. The country also witnessed a spate of record-high gas cost per gallon last month, with the average price at over $5 per gallon.
Between January 20 and July 2, the CIVIQS rolling job approval average was 220,530 responses monitored. The CIVIQS tracking model aims to track changes in public opinion across all 50 states and Washington, DC. These can occur rapidly or over a period of time.