[Ed. – The reason he’s not at rock bottom by now is because many still accept the ridiculous notion that he’s somehow a healthy alternative to Donald Trump.]
President Joe Biden’s approval rating has plummeted 20 points since he gained office, according to a Monmouth University poll released Thursday.
Biden entered office in January with a net approval rating of +24, but now in July sits at just +4, according to the poll. The Monmouth poll is the second to show Biden’s approval rating slipping to an all-time low this week, pairing off with a Rasmussen Reports poll released Wednesday.
Monmouth’s poll shows a consistent drop in popularity for Biden each month since January, though he lost only a single point from June to July. It had a maximum margin of error of +/- 3.5.
Biden’s policies, however, enjoy a better perception than the president himself. His American Jobs Plan, described in the poll as an infrastructure bill focusing on “roads, bridges and trains, internet access, power grid improvements, and clean energy projects,” sits at a 71% approval rating.