Majority of Americans oppose Biden's performance: Poll
A poll for Emmerson College in Boston shows Trump leading by 3 percentage points over President Biden.
An opinion poll, published on Saturday, showed a decline in the popularity of US President Joe Biden, indicating that he "holds a 40% job approval and 53% job disapproval."
In the same poll, former President Donald Trump edged two of his potential Democratic rivals in the upcoming presidential elections, incumbent President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders, if Trump decides to run again for the White House, according to the poll.
The poll conducted by Emmerson College in Boston, indicated that Trump advanced by 3 percentage points over President Biden, as 46% of Americans chose the former president, while 43% expressed their support for the current President, and Trump advanced, according to the poll, on Senator Bernie Sanders with a 45% to 40%.
Following President Biden’s trip to West Asia, 40% of voters disapproved of the President’s meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. In parallel, 24% of voters approved this step with 14% that remained neutral and 36% that have not heard of the issue altogether.
The Emerson College poll, conducted on July 19-20, included 1,078 registered voters throughout the United States of America.
A previous opinion poll revealed that voters in most US states are "dissatisfied with President Joe Biden's performance."
Morning Consult Political Intelligence poll data collected during the second quarter of 2022 showed that voters in 44 states "are more likely to disapprove of Biden's job performance than to approve of him, down from 40 states in the first quarter."
Earlier, an opinion poll conducted in the United States of America indicated the possibility of former President Donald Trump winning over current President Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential elections, if the two run for the presidency.
It is noteworthy that media sources reported that Trump is ready to announce his candidacy for the next presidential election in 2024.