POLL: Just 20% Of Voters ‘Strongly’ Approve Of Biden; 60% Would Vote For Someone Else If Next Election Held Today

Posted 114 days ago


According to a Fox News poll conducted between January 16-19 with 1,001 registered voters and a margin or error of +/- 3%, the number of Americans who “strongly” approve of Joe Biden’s performance as president stands at just 20%.

The poll asked: “Do you approve or disapprove of the job Joe Biden is doing as president?” 47% of respondents approve, 52% disapprove. Only 20% “strongly” approve, down four points from November and tying October’s number. Those who “strongly” disapprove are at 37%, down from November’s high of 41%.

President Biden also scored a new low on another issue. 52% disapprove of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, while 46% approve.

As for the economy, 58% disapprove, while 41% approve. On foreign policy, 54% disapprove, while 41% approve. And on border security, 59% disapprove, while 37% approve.

The survey also asked respondents who they would vote for if “the 2024 presidential election were held today.” Just 36% said that they would vote for Joe Biden; 60% said that they would “definitely” or “probably” vote for someone else.

On specific issues, 85% are concerned about “inflation and higher prices,” versus 14% who are not; 81% are concerned about high crime, versus 19% who are not; 78% are concerned with “political divisions within the country,” versus 21% who are not.

When asked which party does a better job on select issues, Republicans outperformed Democrats on taxes, the deficit, immigration, the economy, crime, border security, and national security. Democrats scored higher on climate change, racism, health care, coronavirus, protecting democracy, education, and bringing the country together.

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