New poll reveals disapproval of Biden's Ukraine, economic policies
Another Ipsos and ABC News poll adds more to American disapproval of Biden's management of domestic and foreign issues.
According to the latest Ipsos and ABC News poll, most American citizens are in disapproval of US President Joe Biden's management of the war in Ukraine, as well as his economic recovery policies at home.
The poll, which was conducted among 540 American adults between June 3 and 4, found that 46% of the respondents said they approved the way Biden was handling the war, but 52% disapproved.
The poll found that only 37% of Americans approve of Biden's handling of the economic recovery, while much fewer respondents approved of handling inflation (28%) and gas prices (27%).
Furthermore, 21% of the respondents said that inflation is the most important issue to be addressed in Congress in November, after which came the economy (19%), gun violence (17%), and abortion laws (12%).
Before the start of the war in Ukraine in February, Biden's approval rates have been in a decline - and now much more so, with the unprecedented inflation rates, baby formula shortage, increasing mass shootings, abortion ban, continuous supply of weapons to Ukraine, and beyond.
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In April, a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey found that the majority of Americans won't be voting for Biden in the 2024 elections; in March, a TIPP poll found that most Americans believe that the world is less stable under Biden; and a Wall Street Journal poll in March found that Biden and the Democratic Party has lost legitimacy on a number of important issues at home, including inflation and handling the war in Ukraine.
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January saw polls conducted by Harvard CAPS/Harris, Yahoo News/YouGov, and CBS News/YouGov exhibiting the declining approval rates of Joe Biden's authority.