Joe Biden’s approval reached a new record-low, according to a recent online poll conducted by Civiqs. A mere 35 percent of voters approve of his administration compared to 56 percent who disapprove, as recently reported in Breitbart.
Biden registered a net positive approval in a mere three states – Massachusetts, Hawaii, and Vermont—compared to 47 states in which his disapproval outweighed his approval, including deep-blue states like California, Illinois, and New York.
The lowest Biden approval was found in West Virginia (17 percent), Wyoming (20 percent), and North Dakota (20 percent).
When broken down by age, Biden registered his lowest approval among 18-year-olds to 34-year-olds, traditionally a reliable voting base for Democrats. Only 27 percent of these voters approved of the Biden administration compared to 58 percent disapproval.
Women rated Biden slightly higher than men – 39 percent versus 31 percent, respectively—but both registered double-digit disapproval of Biden.
The Civiqs poll was released amid a string of losses for the administration, including ongoing supply-chain crisis, a disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, record-high inflation, and a stalled domestic agenda that has failed to move forward despite Democrat control of the Senate.
Since January 2021, the Civiqs poll has tracked ongoing approval of the Biden administration with nearly 150,000 responses since that month.
Biden approval has steadily declined since January 2021, with approval falling 12 percentage points in the past year compared to disapproval rising by that same number.