President Joe Biden’s disapproval rating jumped once again, according to a new NPR/PBS News Hour/Marist poll released Monday.
When asked whether individuals approved or disapproved of Biden’s handling of the presidency, 55% of those polled said they disapproved while just 41% said they approved, according to the poll.
The survey was conducted amongst 1,400 adults between Dec. 11 and Dec. 13 with a four-point margin of error.
(Marist poll) Do you approve/disapprove of Joe Biden?
White no college: 32/63
White w/ college: 52/46
Gen Z/Millennials: 41/54
Biden Voters: 86/12
Suburban Women: 57/41
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) December 20, 2021
When broken down by party lines, 87% of Democrats said they approved of Biden’s handling while 11% said they disapproved. Two percent were unsure. Among Republicans, only 4% approved of Biden’s job while 95% disapproved. (RELATED: Two Days Later, Psaki Lays Out What She Thinks Are Some Of Biden’s Foreign Policy Accomplishments)
Among independents, 66% said they disapproved of Biden’s handling while just 29% approved.
Among those who identify as white, 40% said they approved while 56% said they disapproved. Meanwhile, 44% those who identified as non-white said they approved of Biden’s handling while 52% disapproved.
The findings mark Biden’s highest disapproval rating since taking office when compared to earlier polls conducted by Marist.
An ABC News/Ipsos poll conducted between Dec. 10-11 found when broken down among issues, 36% of those polled approved of Biden’s handling of crime, 41% approved of Biden’s handling of the economy and just 53% approved of his handling of the coronavirus.
A poll released in early December found independent voters preferred to see former President Donald Trump on the ballot in 2024 more than Biden, with 67% of those polled saying Biden should not run for a second term while 59% think Trump should not seek reelection.