Biden builds poll numbers back better — but they're still bad

Biden builds poll numbers back better — but they’re still bad


President Joe Biden‘s two-week winning streak appears to be showing up in polling data, which show a solid, if modest, jump in his approval ratings.

After bottoming out at 36.8% approval on July 21, Biden’s polling average has climbed nearly 3 percentage points, reaching 39.6% approval against 56.4% disapproval as of Aug. 4.

BIDEN’S CURRENT WINNING STREAK HASN’T STOPPED DOUBTS ABOUT HIS POLITICAL FUTURE

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Biden is hoping to break months of negative polling with arguably the most successful short stretch of his presidency, yet both his opponents and critics are still questioning his political future and, more immediately, the success of his party in the pending midterm elections.

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