The US president’s overall approval rating climbed to 47%, about 10 points above investigations prior to his State of the Union address, the NPR-PBS NewsHour/Marist survey reported.
“This is an unusual bounce,” said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, which conducted the poll. “It gets him back to where he was pre-Afghanistan.”
Being acquainted with the midterm elections drawing near, Joe Biden’s overall approval increase is a needed boost for Democrats following months of Biden´s approval collapse.
Washington and NATO have been fueling tensions in Eastern Europe for months, deploying troops at a time as Russia had not planned the present military operation, which, according to the Russian government, it does not seek to take Ukraine but to demilitarize it and denazify it.
Observers said the active role by the US government in the aggravating factor of Russia-Ukraine tensions was given by the Joe Biden administration’s need to raise its popularity following the upcoming November midterm elections, as Democrats aspire to keep control of Congress.
Shortly after Joe Biden´s State of the Union address, The Washington Post considered that the US president managed to unite Bipartisan in opposition to Russia, a nation that is currently condemning a misinformation campaign orchestrated from the Western media outlets.