Only 17% of Americans approve of the direction in which the Biden administration is leading the country, according to a Gallup poll. This is the lowest approval in a year of administration. Congress, on the other hand, has 18% support.
Since the beginning of his administration, the Democrat has faced a drop in support among the population. For example, two weeks ago, a report by El American detailed that the president’s leadership is plummeting among Hispanics.
“The study was conducted between January 15 and 16 and shows that the approval rating continues to plummet among Hispanics, with 55 % disapproval. While he has an approval rating of 37%,” reported El American.
Americans disapprove of the country’s direction in Biden’s hands
“While Biden remains unpopular, the same poll shows that the GOP is well prepared for a potential electoral sweep in the next election,” it explains. But it’s a situation that has been playing out for months. In November of last year a poll showed the Biden-Harris administration’s popularity plummeting.
The poll, which surveyed 1,378 adults, found that 53% of respondents disapprove of the way the Democratic administration is handling its job.