Three-quarters of Americans, including majorities of all party groups, are dissatisfied with the nation's direction.
This is according to Gallup.
Seventy-six percent (76%) of Americans say they are dissatisfied with the way things are currently going in the US, while 24% of Americans say they are satisfied.
The numbers are similar to February's low satisfaction ratings of 21%. Overall satisfaction ratings have consistently been in this range since August of 2021.
The only exception to this was the even lower 17% satisfaction rating in January during a surge in Covid-19 cases due to the omicron variant.
The same poll also found President Joe Biden's approval rating stuck in the low 40s, and economic concerns rising amid record-high gas prices and the highest inflation in four decades.
US satisfaction, which Gallup has tracked since 1979, has been as high as 71% in 1999 during the dot-com boom and as low as 7% in 2008 during the financial crisis.