(POLL) Biden approval rises

President Biden’s March approval rating was up a point from February’s 46%. It was 47% in March.

President Trump’s all time high under Rasmussen was 51% in February 2017 shortly after he took office. Trump’s low hit 42% in August 2017 amid the false Russia collusion charges and media coverage.

The following is from Rasmussen Reports.

When tracking President Biden’s job approval people sometimes get so caught up in the day-to-day fluctuations that they miss the bigger picture. To look at the longer-term trends, Rasmussen Reports compiles the numbers on a full-month basis, and the results for Biden’s presidency can be seen in the graphics below.

The president earned a monthly job approval of 47% in March, up one point from February. Fifty-one percent (51%) disapproved of his job performance in March, down one point from February.

Donald Trump’s monthly approval ran from a high of 51% in February 2017, his first full month in the White House, to a low of 42% in August 2017. In December 2020, his final full month in office, Trump earned a monthly job approval of 47%. Fifty-one percent (51%) disapproved.

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10 thoughts on “(POLL) Biden approval rises”

    1. Polling data is continuously manipulated. Its designed to do one thing. Push public opinion.

      We are living in the worst time since 1977-79. Biden and his Administration are a nothing more than “Diversity Hires” Black, Gay , Trans, Women, Old, Jewish,,,, Not that any of that matters, if they had the qualification to do the JOB, but they do NOT!

  1. I am surprised that Sharyl Attkisson , an award winning investigative Journalist would post such a skewed biased mass of fake poll results. They are misleading at best and total fraud and hidden agendas otherwise.

  2. Janine M Largent

    Why don’t you just say they’ve managed him well so his bad approval ratings aren’t as bad. Wait a minute; he’ll fix that

  3. $24 million in campaign contributions from millions of donors into the Trump coffers.
    That is the real poll Rassmussen should consider.

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