With only a few days to the start of his presidency, Joe Biden is doing comparatively well in terms of approval ratings.
The latest polls and surveys declared the new US president as having an approval rating that was much higher than what Trump had during his Presidency tenure.
Monmouth’s University poll explained how Biden scored a 54% of approval ratings, just a week after taking oath as President of the United States. This was in comparison to former US President Donald Trump who never managed to score so high on this poll. The score also revealed how only 30% disapproved of Biden while 16% of the population had no opinion.
On the other hand, the Hill-Harris X poll revealed how Biden scored a whopping 63% approval which left 37% of the population disapproving. This meant, in other words, that President Biden already went above Trump’s high point. He never recorded a score that went higher than a 52% approval in either of the two renowned polls.
News reports from Gallop mentioned how Donald Trump’s approval rating average was only 41%, which also represents a record low. Above all, it talked about how the ex-president left the office on a rather low note. And that’s when polls revealing how his approval ratings dropped to just 34%, another major low.
In addition, that made the ex-leader the first president in US history to never score a notch of approval ratings that went higher than just 50%.
Critics also mentioned how President Joe Biden inherited a divided nation, which was clearly observed in Monmouth University’s poll. It showed how 90% of the democrats gave full approval of his work so far, in comparison to only 15% of the Republican party.
Director of Monmouth University’s Polling Institute, Patrick Murray, mentioned how there was considerably more goodwill for Joe Biden when compared to Donald Trump.
But he added how it all breaks down alone the partisan lines.“Currently, more people identify themselves as Democrats than Republicans,” he mentioned.
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