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    Biden’s Approval Ratings in Freefall: Survey Exposes Unprecedented Crisis in Presidency!

    President Joe Biden has set a historical precedent, but it’s not one he, his administration, or his campaign should be proud of.

    According to Gallup, Biden’s approval rating stands at a record low of 38.7 percent at this juncture in a president’s first term, marking the lowest point in the nation’s history since the polling firm commenced its surveys, as reported by the Washington Times.

    “None of the other nine presidents elected to their first term since Dwight Eisenhower had a lower 13th-quarter average than Biden,” Gallup said, referring to the period between Jan. 20 and April 19. “From a broader historical perspective, Biden’s most recent quarterly average ranks 277th out of 314 presidential quarters in Gallup records dating to 1945. That puts it in the bottom 12% of all presidential quarters.”

    The Times added, citing Gallup’s data, that over the same period in their presidencies, former President George H.W. Bush holds the second-lowest rating at 41.8%, followed by former Presidents Obama at 45.9% and Trump at 46.8%.


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