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Biden’s Approval Ratings Plummet to Record Lows, Trails Behind Trump in 2024 Showdown

Biden (left) and Trump (right) issues (Photo: Google)

A 2024 Trump-Biden matchup would result in a record-low 47% approval rating. In a Wall Street Journal poll of five independent candidates, Trump lags 37% to 31%. The study also indicates dismal support for Biden, with 23% believing his policies have helped them and 53% saying they have damaged them.

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This combination of Sept. 29, 2020, photos shows President Donald Trump, left, and former Vice President Joe Biden during the first presidential debate at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. The Commission on Presidential Debates says the second Trump-Biden debate will be ‘virtual’ amid concerns about the president’s COVID-19. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

What distinguishes Trump and Biden’s public views? The Wall Street Journal survey indicates varied views on economic development, leadership, and significant issues.

Half of the respondents felt Trump’s initiatives helped, and 37% said they harmed. The Wall Street Journal found that 37% approve of President Biden’s job, a record low, and 61% disapprove, a record high. People favor Trump over Biden on the economy, inflation, border security, crime, and Israel-Hamas ties. Only abortion and his political tone favored Biden.

According to a Wall Street Journal study, Trump made Americans wealthier than Biden, who reportedly had runaway inflation, an open southern border, increased crime, and global instability. Trump has an edge in policy and skill, but Biden has an edge in temperament and character, argues Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio. Democrats like Michael Bocian think Biden may be struggling with young Latino and black Democrats. The 1,500-person poll found Trump ahead of Biden in hypothetical 2024 elections, reflecting prior polls. The Afghanistan exit, COVID-19 outbreak, inflation, and border worries have lowered Biden’s approval ratings below those of his two-term predecessors.

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