Biden's record low of 36% occurred in July last year. This was because Americans were growing dissatisfied about the economic state, with gas prices rising and the Supreme Court's Dobbs ruling overturning Roe V. Wade.
According to the most recent poll, less than a third (31%) of Americans approve of Biden’s economic management.
Americans are less optimistic than last month about the country's future: 21% expressed optimism, a decrease of 28% a month earlier.
's approval rating dipped
A new poll was released on Thursday
This survey is at an all-time low as Americans give poor marks to the Democrat on how he handled the economy.
According to the Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll, only 38% said they approve of Biden's job, while 61% said they disapprove. According to the survey, March's approval of President Biden fell from 41% in January and 45% in February.
The AP-NORC poll had a margin error of 4 percentage points. It was conducted between March 16 and March 20.
These numbers show Americans' dissatisfaction at how President Obama has handled key issues such as the economy and foreign policies. As he prepares for his potential run for reelection next spring, Biden has made it a point to highlight the economic plans that he worked to pass and implement in his first term.
According to the new poll, he may need to do more to make his first term as president a success. According to the poll, less than a third (31%) of Americans approve of Biden’s economic management.
Even Democrats, which 76% approve of Biden's overall job, are less supportive about his handling of the economy. The survey revealed that only 63% of respondents to his party approve of the way he manages the economy.
This is a big leap for Republicans, though: Only 4 percent approve of Biden's presidency and only 3 percent approve of his economic management.
His marks in foreign policy were slightly higher, with 39% of Americans approving.
Americans are less optimistic about the future of the country this month than last month. Only 21% of Americans expressed optimism, compared to 28% a month earlier.
In July last year, Biden received 36% approval in an AP-NORC poll. This was his lowest ever approval. As gas prices rose, Americans became increasingly unhappy with the economic state. This low mark was also triggered by the Supreme Court's Dobbs ruling to overturn Roe V. Wade and the federal right of an abortion.