In the Quinnipiac poll released on Wednesday, Joe Biden reached a new low level of low percentage approval. The brutal survey found that Biden lost his numbers on immigration and borders in the 20s, and an absolute majority (55 percent) said the Biden administration was unable to run the government, losing the support of its entire board.
Excerpts from the Q&A press release:
… Joe Biden received a negative 38-53 percent job approval rating, the lowest score he has received today in his job performance from the American public since taking office, according to national adults at Kwin-uh-peack University. In Quinnipiac’s last national survey, published 3 weeks ago, he received a negative 42-50 percent job approval rating.
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When Americans were asked about his management, Biden received a double negative score, except for one important point …
Coronavirus response: 48 percent approve, while 50 percent reject;
Economy: 39 percent approve, while 55 percent reject;
His job as chief of the U.S. military: 37 percent approve, while 58 percent reject;
Taxes: 37 percent approve, while 54 percent reject;
Foreign policy: 34 percent approve, while 58 percent reject;
Immigration problems: 25 percent approve, while 67 percent reject;
Situation on the Mexican border: 23 percent approve, while 67 percent disagree.
When it came to Biden’s personal traits, Americans were asked if Biden …
Thinks about the average American: 49 percent say yes, while 48 percent say no, 37 – 37 percent yes compared to 58;
Honest: 44 percent say yes, while 50 percent say no, 42 – 42 percent say yes compared to 51;
Have good leadership skills: 41 percent say yes, while 56 percent say no, compared to 52 – 44 percent say yes in April.
More than half of Americans 55 – 42 percent say the Biden administration is not capable of running a government.A
1,3226 U.S. adults were surveyed with an error margin of +/- 2.7 percentage points from October 1st to the 4th.
Quinnipiac University Poll, conducted by Doug Schwartz, Ph.D. Since 1994, has conducted independent, non-partisan national and state elections on politics and issues. The surveys adhere to the best practices in the industry and call on landline and cell phones with live interviewers using random digit dialing based on random samples from adults.
Insiders show that Biden lost support among African-Americans with 66 per cent approval and 19 per cent disapproval, with 15 per cent giving no opinion indicating a change from approval to denial. In contrast, only seven percent of whites and Hispanics did not vote for Biden. Biden’s approval / disapproval of whites is 32/61 and Hispanics’ number is 42/51.
With the exception of Democrats and blacks, Biden’s outspoken opposition figures outnumber the opposition’s toughness.
Strongly denied in the group: male: 49, female, 39; Individual 48; Ages 18-34: 35; Ages 35-49: 41; Ages 50-64: 53; More than 65:45.
White and Hispanic views on Biden’s border and immigration management are remarkably similar: Biden’s approval / disapproval on border management: white: 18/73, Hispanic: 24/68; About Biden’s Immigration Management: White: 20/73, Hispanic: 23/69
There is also close agreement between whites and Hispanics on the deportation of illegal aliens to Biden:
Q: “In your opinion, has the Biden administration been too aggressive in deporting unauthorized immigrants, not aggressive enough, or is the Biden administration working properly to deport unauthorized immigrants?”
Very aggressive: White: 16, Hispanic: 20; Not aggressive enough: white: 54, Hispanic: 41; Properly acted: White: 24, Hispanic: 29.
In Kovid, the majority opposed the vaccine order for K-12 school children: 52 percent opposed, 44 percent approved.
More details on the Q-Pol site.