President Joe Biden is suffering record lows in his approval rating, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday.
The Hill reported that Biden’s approval rating of 43 percent which is the lowest level of support for a first-term president the polling company has recorded since its founding in 1948.
Gallup’s poll, which was released this week but conducted between Sept. 1 to 17, was worthy of note since it is thought to reflect public opinion about the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
It may also notably reflect the opinion of Americans on their countrymen who were left behind in the now-Taliban-controlled nation.
The Hill’s analysis of the poll indicates that it’s the highest percentage of likely voters to ever disapprove of Biden’s job performance with 53 percent saying they have a negative view of the presidency.
The president, however, has reminded popular among Democrats though his rating ” reached its lowest this month at 90 percent, with only 6 percent of Republicans this month giving Biden high marks,” according to The Hill.
Independent voters, however, are unimpressed with Biden receiving an approval rating of 37 percent, his lowest to date, and a significant drop from the 61 percent who thought well of him his first month in office.
While the Middle East debacle likely had a severe negative impact on his numbers, Biden didn’t do himself any favors by implementing vaccine mandates in recent weeks.
Included in his inflammatory order was the announcement that sent shockwaves through the nation was the mandate that all employers with 100 or more employees must require their workers get fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing.