Recently emerged Democrat’s better-than-expected performance in the 2022 Midterms, Joseph R. Biden, the United States President, is experiencing consistent but critical valuation of his Party’s leadership and the American economy. The party in power continues to have a positive view of President Biden’s performance as GOPs express a negative attitude.
According to the newest survey completed by the AP-NORC, nearly fifty-five percent of American adults express they approve of the way American President Biden is handling his job, while forty-three percent disapprove. That is almost the same as the poll outcomes in October, just before the Midterm elections that most US citizens considered crucial for the future and economy of the United States.
25% say the country is heading in the right direction, up from 17% in July. https://t.co/wxww1zK1IZ pic.twitter.com/WZDW6d8JKr
— AP-NORC Center (@APNORC) October 13, 2022
The AP-NORC poll also found that only about a quarter of the US public express the country’s economy is in good condition, and around three-quarters say the nation isn’t headed in the right direction. However, approximately 57 percent say their household’s financial health is good.
Furthermore, partisan differences remain when it comes to views of the American economy. GOPs have harsh opinions regarding the US economy, while the incumbents are more closely split. But most people, irrespective of party identification, regard their own financial condition positively.
Americans also continue to have a negative opinion of the US’ direction. A little more than a quarter of respondents say America is going in the right direction, while seventy-one percent contemplate it’s headed in the wrong direction. GOPs aren’t satisfied with the country’s direction since President Biden assumed Office in January last year. Biden Party’s hopefulness has returned to forty-four percent this Autumn from its low of twenty-one percent over the recent Summer.