(POLL) New disapproval numbers for Biden compared to Trump and Obama

You can’t please all the people all the time. Far from it.

Presidents Biden, Trump, and Obama each saw their voter disapproval numbers peak well above 50% on numerous occasions throughout their presidencies.

As of Friday, March 29, President Biden’s disapproval rating in the daily tracking poll by Rasmussen Reports stood at an uncomfortable 57%.

But that was better than his peak disapproval of 61% in July of 2022.

In January of 2021, Biden started out with 45% disapproval and 48% approval. That wasn’t as good as either Trump or Obama at the starts of their terms. Among the three, Trump had the approval best scores when he entered office: 44% disapproval and 56% approval. Obama had 44% disapproval and 52% approval. Biden fared the worst with 45% disapproval and 48% approval.

Whereas Biden’s disapproval so far has peaked at 61%, Trump’s disapproval also peaked at 61% in August of 2017. Obama’s disapproval was better than both men, peaking at just 57% in October of 2011. But in all three cases, well over half of those polled disapproved of the presidents at their worst.

When Trump left office, his disapproval was 48%. Today, as of Friday, Biden’s disapproval was 57% (with 42% approval). Biden’s 57% disapproval ties with Obama’s worst overall performance in October of 2011.

According to Rasmussen Reports, Friday’s approval figures for Biden “include 25% who Strongly Approve of the job Biden is doing and 48% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -23.”

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