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Biden Disapproval Rises to 61 Percent, 65 Percent View Economy Negatively.

Joe Biden’s approval rating has dipped three points to 38 percent compared to December in AP/NORC polling, while disapproval is up two points to 61 percent.

The share of adults who view the economy negatively is down by four points but still stands at 65 percent overall, compared to 35 percent who view the economy positively. Opinions on Biden’s handling of the economy are similar, with 64 percent disapproving of his performance against 35 percent who approve.

Views on Biden’s performance overseas are also poor, with 60 percent saying he is managing relations with China badly. In terms of foreign policy in general, disapproval stands at an even higher 62 percent.

The AP/NORC polling on Biden, the economy, and foreign policy follows Morning Consult polling that puts Donald Trump ahead of the incumbent nationally and in all seven swing states.

Swing state voters seem particularly aggrieved by the Democrat’s performance on immigration, with six in ten Morning Consult respondents holding him responsible for the crisis at the southern border.

AP/NORC: President Biden Job Approval

Approve: 38% [-3]
Disapprove: 61% [+2]
.
The Economy
Approve: 35% [+1]
Disapprove: 64% [-1]
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Description of the economy
Net good: 35% [+5]
Net bad: 65% [-4]

[Change vs December]

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— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) February 1, 2024

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