President Joe Biden’s approval rating continues to decline as he enters the second year of his presidency, as a majority of voters say he has handled the Chinese coronavirus “worse” than former President Donald Trump, a Redfield showed & Wilton Strategies study published this week. .
The survey showed that Biden’s job approval continued to decline over the past month. A majority, 44 percent, disapprove of Biden’s job performance, while 39 percent approve. That represents a two-point drop from the 41 percent who approved his job performance in the Redfield & Wilton Strategies’ December survey. Of those, 32 percent are “strongly” against his job performance, compared to 14 percent who “strongly” approve:
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The survey also asked respondents to measure how much they approve or reject the Biden administration’s handling of key issues – from the coronavirus pandemic to the economy.
The results were partly as follows:
Coronavirus pandemic: 41 percent approve, 40 percent reject
The economy: 35 percent approve, 44 percent reject
Health care: 33 percent approve, 37 percent reject
The environment: 36 percent approve, 33 percent reject
Crime / Police: 31 percent approve, 40 percent reject
Immigration: 30 percent approve, 44 percent reject
Relations with China: 30 percent approve, 38 percent reject
In addition, the investigation showed that “several respondents believe that Joe Biden has handled the economy (46%), immigration (44%), national security and defense (41%) and foreign policy (41%). worse than Donald Trump. “
“On the other hand, a majority of 40% find that Biden has handled the environment better than its predecessor, while Americans disagree on whether Biden has coped with the pandemic worse (40%) or better (39%) than Trump“, it added.
The study was taken 8.-9. January 2022 among 1,500 U.S. voters.
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