A CIVIQS survey conducted this week found that a majority of Americans believed the country was heading in the wrong direction. President Joe Biden, who launched his reelection bid on Tuesday, demanded four more years.
Sixty seven percent of Americans believe that Biden’s America has gone in the wrong directions, while only 22 percent think it is headed in the right direction. Ten percent of Americans are unsure.
In the same way, 59 per cent say that the economy of the country is worsening, while 18 per cent say that it is improving. Another 18% say that it will remain the same.
Biden is approved by 39 percent of Americans. Fifty-three percent disapprove.
Biden released a video on Tuesday morning introducing his reelection bid, but it failed to mention anything about his accomplishments in the last few years.
He said: “When I was running for President four year ago, I said that we were in a battle for the soul America. We are still there.” “The question is, will we have more or less freedom in the future?”
A CBS News/YouGov survey conducted on Tuesday found that 59 percent disapproved of Biden’s presidency, while only 41 percent approved. Only 17 percent strongly approved. Only 41 percent strongly disagree.
Let’s finish the job. Biden’s campaign video concluded, “I know we can.” Because this is America. There’s simply nothing we cannot do together.
According to a recent USA Today/Suffolk University poll, about 40% of people who voted for Biden’s reelection in 2020 don’t want him to run again. 35 percent of respondents would prefer a third party candidate to Biden.
CIVIQS’ rolling job approval average tracked responses from January 19, 2017 to April 20, 2023. The CIVIQS model was designed to track the changes in attitudes of different groups across all 50 States and Washington D.C. These changes may occur slowly or quickly.