Facing bipartisan criticism for his handling of the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Biden is seeing a staggering drop in job approval from the public.
A new poll conducted by Marist, NPR and PBS NewsHour, found a 10 point decrease in job approval from May to September, dropping from 53% to 43%. Seven percent of respondents remained unsure.
On the disapproval side, the poll saw a 10 point jump in job disapproval from May, increasing from 41% to 51% of respondents “disapproving of the job Joe Biden is doing as president.”
The groups’ survey was conducted through Aug. 26 to Aug. 31 and questioned 1,241 adults. It carries a margin of error of plus or minus 3.8%.
A separate recent survey done by ABC News/Washington Post, also found a large decrease in Biden’s job approval.
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