President Joe Biden’s job approval rating stayed at 30% among registered voters for the 19th straight day Sunday, according to a daily Civiqs survey.
Biden’s approval rating touched 30% for the first time in Civiqs polling on June 29 and hasn’t budged since. Similarly, his disapproval rating has been 58% throughout that time, a 28-point margin.
The latest Civiqs survey on Sunday reveals that most of Biden’s support comes from Democrats (64% approve of his performance). Just 2% of Republican respondents are pleased with Biden, and he’s in danger with independents. Only 19% are happy with how he’s handled his position, while 67% disapprove.
Black registered voters are the only group where Biden has an approval rating (56%). 23% disapprove, and 21% neither approve nor disapprove. Biden’s popularity rating among black registered voters has fallen by about 30% over his term, peaking at 85% soon after he took office in January 2021.
Biden is on the wrong side of a nine-point gap with registered Hispanic voters, as 38% are content with his presidential performance, and 47% are dissatisfied. Another 15% are undecided. Since June 4, when 43% disapproved and 42% approved, the difference has progressively expanded. 24% of white registered voters favor of Biden as of Sunday, while 66 percent disapprove of his work as president.
Biden is unpopular with voters in 48 states; only Hawaii and Vermont are happy with him.
Younger registered voters are less prone to approve of Biden than older registered ones. 21% of 18-34-year-olds approve of him, while 28% and 35% of 35-49 and 50-64-year-olds are happy. His support is strongest with those 65 and older; 39% are happy with his work.
The CIVIQS rolling job approval average received 226,485 answers between January 20, 2021, and July 17. The CIVIQS tracking methodology is aimed to capture variations in attitudes of distinct groups throughout all 50 states and DC. These changes might occur fast or slowly.
You can show Joe every poll on the planet, but he’ll laugh or challenge you to a fight under the bleachers.
Through it all, he is not an optimist. He’s an egotist.