As President Joe Biden starts launching his 2024 re-election campaign, his approval rating took a hit, reaching an all-time low of 37%, according to a new Gallup poll. The dip in ratings is of particular concern given that the President is now 80 years old, and voters will likely scrutinize his performance as he seeks another term.
The poll results reveal a significant drop in approval ratings compared to just a few months ago. In February, 45% of voters supported the President, and in January, the approval rating stood at 41%. Biden's average approval rating according to FiveThirtyEight currently stands at 43%, about 9 points lower than his 52% disapproval.
With such low approval ratings, the President's re-election campaign is off to a poor start. Many of his supporters are starting to feel disillusioned, with some even questioning his chances of success in 2024.
But even with such a low approval rating, it's important to remember that many factors can influence an election outcome. As we look ahead to the 2024 presidential race, the question on everyone's mind is whether President Biden can regain the trust of the American people and turn the tide. Only time will tell, but it's clear that the road ahead will be challenging.