Voters’ rejection of the president’s job showed an increase of two points compared to 54 percent in September and 49 in April, the report said.
Biden was particularly hurt by his management of the economy and the Covid-19 pandemic, an issue on which he rated highly early in office.
According to the study, 60 percent of those interviewed disapprove of the Democrat’s role related to the economy and 55 percent of his response to the pandemic.
The bottlenecks in supply chains and the energy crisis are among the causes that raised the price of goods and services in the middle of the shopping season. The above causes, presumably, caused 72 percent of those interviewed to criticize Biden’s performance on the issue of commodity costs.
Last month the president said the United States is at “the height” of the inflationary crisis and that it will decline once the Senate passes the Build Back Better bill, a key part of its domestic agenda. Referring in November to poor grades in opinion scores, the occupant of the Oval Office commented that the polls are volatile.
“I did not appear (in the race for the presidency) to determine how well I am going to do in the polls,” he stressed.