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President Joe Biden's approval rating hit a new low of just 38% in the latest Suffolk University poll for USA Today. The poll showed record numbers across the board, with the highest-ever disapproval rating of 59% resulting in a net approval rating of -21.

  • Overall job approval (approve/disapprove) 38/59, Handling COVID 43/50, Handling economy 31/60, Handling immigration 18/67, Handling climate change 32/50, Handling foreign policy 29/57. Suffolk University, 3-5 Nov, 1,000 RV
  • It should be noted that the fieldwork for the poll comes in the aftermath of the poor results for the Democrats in the Virginia and New Jersey gubernatorial races (losing the first and being run far closer than expected in the second).
  • The fieldwork period also miss the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill through the House of Representatives over the weekend and the better-than-expected NFP numbers from last Friday.
  • VP Kamala Harris - still viewed as the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2024 should Biden not run again - records even lower approval ratings at just 28%.
Chart 1. President Biden's Approval/Disapproval Ratings, %

Source: RCP

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