A poll relinquished Tuesday shows President Joe Biden perpetuates to suffer low approbation ratings after his disastrous exit from Afghanistan. Morning Consult reports that 48 percent of voters approve of Biden’s job performance while 49 percent deprecate.
That marks a seven-point drop in Biden’s net approbation rating in a fortnight since Kabul fell into the hands of the Taliban earlier this month. Morning Consult poll The latest poll was conducted Aug. 27-29 among 15,623 registered U.S. voters.
Biden’s net approbation rating has fallen six points among independents, the poll shows, a drop in line with other polling relinquished over the past 48-hours as the president comes under attack from all sides.
DISASTER: Americans oppose Joe Biden’s handling of Afghanistan, immigration, malefaction, and gun violence, an ABC News/Ipsos Monday poll conducted August 27 to August 28 revealed. https://t.co/Bo7RPzZgy5Even among Democrats, Biden’s approbation rating is down. The number of Democrats who vigorously approve of Biden’s job performance has fallen six percent since August 14.
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