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Biden approval ’solid but not spectacular,’ shows Quinnipiac poll

Biden approval ’solid but not spectacular,’ shows Quinnipiac poll

According to a new Quinnipiac University poll, President Biden is beginning his first term with the approval of 49% of Americans. 36% disapprove of his performance, while 16% are unsure. ’The Biden numbers are solid but not spectacular,’ a polling analyst said. While Biden starts out in a higher polling position than his predecessor, he lags behind the three two-term presidents who preceded Trump.

Tom A
Tom A
Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo)
Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo) 2 months

Say no more from a university poll. Aren't universities filled with far left activists masquerading as professors, teachers and students?

Young Conservative
Young Conservative 2 months

I'm calling bs, even the unions have turned on this man and you expect me to believe he has a 49% approval rating. Trump voters don't approve of him, so disapproval should be a heck of a lot higher than 36% for a start, and "progressives" disapprove of him which make up about 15% of the population I'd guess. They disapprove of him for separating families again when he promised not to, evidenced by ilhan omar's tweets, not following through on his healthcare promises and ignoring BLM (after the dumbássés endorsed the most racist president since Woodrow Wilson)

E n
E n 2 months

This is what most people want, a boring competent professional doing the work of government. The scandal baiting reality TV administration if the last four years has left a bad taste in a lot of mouths.

Monica
Monica 2 months

When they ran against each other Trump had 36 million followers on FB.... About the same amount Obama has.... Biden had around 1 million and most of them were Trump supporters. I can't stand Biden and they have made me a top fan twice now on his FB page.... With all that being said I'll say this. Biden didn't bother campaigning because he knew they were cheating. So he stayed in his basement...

WWIII
WWIII 2 months

Does anyone read the article or do we just go and comment? NYT and Fox both say the same thing but from a different perspective, both conclude Biden sux

Kurt
Kurt 2 months

I would think that the presidential candidate who received the most votes in the history of our nation would be more popular than that.

Bradley
Bradley 2 months

I’m just surprised that the president who got the most votes of any in history and passed more executive orders in his first few weeks than any previous president has such a low approval rating. So strange...

Lord Flashheart
Lord Flashheart 2 months

That's a pretty low rating out of a University. I thought Biden shít cotton candy the way the media gush on him.

Rocky
Rocky 2 months

So even with the media machine blowing him at every opportunity he still can barely eek past Trump (who is attacked before he even took office) in a poll that is traditionally biased towards Democrats. 😂🤣😂 What a p@thetic start for a p@thetic presidency.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 months

49%???? From the 'most popular president in history' that got more votes than any other candidate, EVER????? He was so popular, almost no one watched his innauguration. Check out the numbers on YouTube and on the White House website. There are bloggers with bigger numbers!

Tom
Tom 2 months

What a load of rubbish biden's approval is in the toilet we all know it and this fluff piece won't change that

Que Pasta
Que Pasta 2 months

Pretty low for someone that allegedly received more votes than Obama and those that would show up for his rallies were less than a high school pep rally.

Leonard
Leonard 2 months

Things liberals have ruined: They've ruined Youth Sports, the News Media, Football, our National Anthem, Universities, nearly all Holidays, the traditional family, California, elections in general, Scouting, and Controlled Immigration. They've ruined schools, social media, masculinity, and Hollywood. They've ruined 'winning', Judges and Courts, Christmas, big cities, and Police. Add to this list of things liberals have ruined: progress made in race relations, dining out in restaurants, women's soccer, health insurance, the Oscars, parades, and marriage. History, prayer, the concept of 'gender', Emergency Rooms flooded with no-pay illegals and hunting and trapping as well as Peaceful Protests, and Energy Independence. They have ruined the Constitutional significance of Impeachment. I could go on and on. But, let's let our liberal nutjob friends list all the things Republicans have ruined. I can't think of a single one to start with. Waiting... waiting...

Alex
Alex 2 months

Because of the divisive politics in America, I already know that only red voters will really hold Biden accountable, but seeing an approval rating that high after he made 40+ executive orders really disappoints me. The american population really is too strained by division to give a care anymore.

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 2 months

Quinnipiac always polls the lefties strong, so this means Biden's support is in the crapper. I don't know too many people that support him. The only person I know personally that fully supports Biden is a coworker, who happens to be a Chinese immigrant lol (immigrated when she was a baby, not a spy).

Leonard
Leonard 2 months

OBiden worst president in history and only been there for 2 weeks

Skot
Skot 2 months

The honeymoon, as it were, will be short-lived.

S
S 2 months

Trump literally tore our county apart and all the Trumptards can do is criticize the man who is fixing it. The stock market is holding rock steady, jobs are coming back, financial relief is on the way, and multiple vaccines are being distributed. Keep it up Joe!

Glen
Glen 2 months

Most people with any common sense, knows his approval rating is about 20 percent and those are the usual uninformed people who listen to fake media.

Aleks
Aleks 2 months

Wait a second.. Where are the funny characters on this app that were talking of election fraud? Try calling Newsmax with your nice claims

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