Source: Wendell Husebø
Only 34 percent of voters approved of President Biden, while 56 disapproved, a Sunday Civiqs poll revealed.
One year ago, Biden’s approval ratings were right-side-up, with 47 percent approving, and 45 percent disapproving.
Biden’s approval rating among independents is also in rough shape. Only 23 percent of independents approved of Biden on Sunday, while 66 disapproved. Last year, 40 percent of independents approved, and 48 percent disapproved.
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Among Hispanics, Biden has seen a large decrease in support. Sunday’s poll showed 44 percent approved, and 45 percent disapproved. Last year, 62 percent approved, and 29 percent did not.
NEW: @Civiqs / Feb 13— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) February 14, 2022
President Biden Approval Poll:
*Biden's net approval among Hispanics declined by 40 points since Jan 2021 pic.twitter.com/AIqE6JyQ2g
Nationally, Biden only has a positive approval rating in four states: Hawaii (49-41 percent), Maryland (45-43 percent), Massachusetts (48-40 percent), and Vermont (50-39 percent).
Biden’s worst approval ratings are in West Virginia (17-78 percent) and Wyoming (19-76 percent). Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) represents the mountaineer state and has bucked many legislative initiatives from Biden. In Wyoming, Democrat-allied Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) faces a tough reelection battle in November against Harriet Hageman.
The November midterm elections will likely be difficult for Democrats due to Biden’s low approval numbers. Many Democrats have even avoided campaigning with Biden, as Breitbart News has reported:
When Biden visited Georgia in January to speak about federalizing elections, gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams did not attend his event due to a scheduling conflict. Gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke stated last week he is “not interested” in help from Biden during his Texas campaign.
Pennsylvania Democrats John Fetterman and Josh Shapiro on Thursday cited conflicts in their schedules for their absence during Biden’s visit to Pennsylvania.
Democrat candidates in Iowa and North Carolina have even stopped talking or tweeting about Biden. Moreover, Democrat Governors Association chair and North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) completely avoided the question when asked about Biden’s role in the governors’ campaigns.
More than half of Democrats want their party to nominate someone other than President Joe Biden in 2024, according to a CNN poll. https://t.co/hke1dfEBQQ— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) February 14, 2022