As President Joe Biden approaches the end of his first term in office, his approval ratings continue to decline. A recent poll by the Associated Press/NORC Center found that Biden’s approval rating has dropped from 45% to 38% since March of this year.
One major factor in Biden’s declining popularity has been the issue of inflation, which has been a major concern for many Americans in recent months. The country experienced a peak inflation rate of 9.1% in June 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and while inflation has since decreased, many Americans remain worried about rising prices.
Other factors contributing to Biden’s declining approval ratings include concerns about his handling of the economy, his response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and his handling of foreign policy issues such as the situation in Afghanistan.
Despite these challenges, Biden remains committed to his agenda and is working to build support for his policies. He has also expressed confidence that he can turn around his approval ratings and win over the American people in the coming months.