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Biden’s approval rating drops to 41% due to the high inflation rate

Biden’s approval rating drops to 41% due to the high inflation rate. 

According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, US President Joe Biden’s public popularity rating plummeted to 41% this week, putting his Democratic Party’s chances of maintaining control of Congress in November at risk.

The 41 percent approval rating was barely above Biden’s all-time low of 40% in mid-March, one of the lowest levels of support in his presidency, as he struggled under the weight of rising consumer expenses. 

The decline indicates that Biden’s modest burst of momentum from last week, when he reached 45 percent, has halted.

Inflation, which reached a 40-year high on Tuesday, is considered a big issue for his party as the elections approach. In addition, the crisis in Ukraine is causing increased energy and food expenses in the United States.

According to the study, Americans want Biden to focus on economic issues, with 27% saying the economy is the most pressing issue confronting the country today.

On Tuesday, Biden announced plans to make greater biofuel blends of gasoline more widely available this summer to combat rising fuel prices and reduce dependency on foreign energy sources.

Republicans are widely projected to take control of the House of Representatives and maybe the Senate, effectively blocking many of Biden’s legislative initiatives.

53 percent of Americans disapprove of Biden’s job performance, according to a two-day nationwide poll. Only a quarter of Americans think the country is heading in the right way.

In the United States, the Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted online in English. 

A total of 1,005 respondents responded to the current poll, with 444 Democrats and 369 Republicans participating. 

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