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Only 1 in 4 Hispanics Approve of Biden’s Performance, According to Latest Quinnipiac Poll

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Only 1 in 4 Hispanics approve of Biden’s performance, according to latest Quinnipiac poll.

At least 64% of U.S. citizens disapprove of Biden’s economic policies

A poll revealed that Joe Biden’s approval among Hispanics has fallen to 24%, while only 33% of Americans believe the Democrat’s performance has been positive. The poll was conducted from June 3 to 6 by Quinnipiac University.

It was also learned that at least 64 % of citizens disapprove of Biden’s economic policy and for 34 % inflation is one of the most important problems that should be addressed soon. Likewise, 50 % do not agree with the way in which the president has dealt with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Biden is “weak,” according to latest poll

The data coincides with a poll released last week, published by El American, in which Americans expressed their opinion of Biden as a “weak” commander-in-chief. In the poll, nearly one-third of the electorate perceives Biden that way.

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“The poll, which was conducted via telephone and online, shows that 43 % of Americans believe the president is a weaker commander-in-chief than most recent presidents (including Donald Trump and Biden’s longtime running mate Barack Obama). However, 32% of respondents think that, compared to recent presidents, Joe Biden is a stronger commander-in-chief,” reported El American.