According to a Harvard CAPS / Harris left-wing survey released by The Hill on Monday (March 1, US time), President Joe Biden received 61% voter approval at the time of his inauguration. Your period at the White House.
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Harvard CAPS / Harris conducted a poll from February 23 to February 25 with 2006 American voters participating. This survey did not report errors.
In the same Harvard CAPS / Harris survey in February 2017, President Donald Trump then received 48% voter approval.
The Hill emphasized that among the voters who approved of Biden’s presidency, 31% were Republican voters.
Here are the detailed results of the poll:
- 39% of voters say they do not approve of Mr. Biden’s work in the White House
- 40% of voters say the US economy is on the right track; 45% say the US economy is on the wrong track.
- 47% believe America is being run in the wrong direction; 43% say America is on the right track.
- 55% of the respondents said they approve of the Democratic Party; 44% say they approve of the Republican Party.
Earlier, on Feb. 10, CNBC announced that Mr. Biden had received 62% approval from voters in the first referendum asking Americans about their views on the new president’s performance. . The credit rating in the first survey of Mr. Biden is higher than the rating in the first surveys of four previous presidents: Donald Trump, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.