American News Nov 7, 2021 6:16 PM EST

Biden approval’s approval rating sinks, public disapproval higher than ever

Results of a new poll released on Sunday show a further decline in President Biden's approval rating, coupled with a likewise increase in his disapproval rating.

Biden approval’s approval rating sinks, public disapproval higher than ever
James Anthony Montreal QC

Results of a new poll released on Sunday show a further decline in President Biden's approval rating, coupled with a likewise increase in his disapproval rating.

The poll, which took place between Wednesday and Friday, shows Biden now sitting at a mere 38 percent approval rating, while his disapproval has shot up to 59 percent.

The poll was conducted as a joint effort by Suffolk University and USA Today, which wrote that it had "found that Biden's support had cratered among the independent voters who delivered his margin of victory over former President Donald Trump one year ago..

Previous reports by The Post Millennial have shown this to be a continuing trend, with the Biden approval rate slipping bit by bit over the past several weeks.

Vice President Kamala Harris has had similar results from recent polls. She is currently at a 51 percent disapproval rate, and only 28 percent of those polled approve of the job she is doing.

This comes on the heels of the successful passage of a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that has been months on end in the making. The passing of this bill was thought to be something that would improve Biden's ratings in the polls, but this has not yet been the case.

The bill passed over the objections of members of "the Squad", a coalition of far-left Democrats in congress. Its passing was, however, aided at the end by 13 dissenting Republicans who voted in its favor.

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