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World Biden approval 'underwater' as Americans criticize his withdrawal from Afghanistan, new poll shows

04:00  15 september  2021
04:00  15 september  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

Biden's standing among Americans nosedives in wake of rocky Afghanistan exit, COVID surge

  Biden's standing among Americans nosedives in wake of rocky Afghanistan exit, COVID surge President Biden's approval ratings are slipping as he faces a barrage of bipartisan criticism over his handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and with a surge in COVID cases due to the delta variant.Facing a barrage of bipartisan criticism for weeks over his handling of the turbulent U.S. withdrawal and evacuation from Afghanistan, and with a surge in new COVID cases due to the spread across the country this summer of the highly infectious delta variant, the president’s approval ratings are slipping.

A new poll claims President Joe Biden 's job approval is “ underwater ” as a majority of Americans negatively score his withdrawal from Afghanistan and criticize his handling of climate change. Quinnipiac University's announcement of the poll stated that Biden is " underwater on job approval and handling of key issues." In the poll , which was released Tuesday and features responses from 1,210 U.S. adults nationwide, 50% of Americans disapprove of Biden 's job performance as president while 42% approve .

A new AP-NORC poll shows President Joe Biden 's approval rating on foreign policy has fallen to 47%, while his approval rating stands at 51%. What's the point: Americans have given their initial reaction to how Biden handled the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan , and it seems to be negative. Whether or not it remains that way is yet to be seen. The events of the last week demonstrate that how Americans see a politician's leadership still matters even on an issue where most Americans may agree with him.

A new poll claims President Joe Biden's job approval is "underwater" as a majority of Americans negatively score his withdrawal from Afghanistan and criticize his handling of climate change.

Quinnipiac University's announcement of the poll stated" Biden Underwater On Job Approval And Handling Of Key Issues. The poll was released Tuesday and features responses from 1,210 U.S. adults nationwide, 50% of Americans disapprove of Biden's job performance as president while 42% approve. As compared to last month's approval rating, Biden fell four percentage points. In late August, 46% of Americans approved and 43 percent disapproved, according to Quinnipiac.

Biden approval ratings keep slipping in wake of Afghanistan exit, COVID surge: poll

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Kaine’s remarks came during the second of two hearings on Biden ’s widely criticized and deadly troop pullout from Afghanistan . Houston Keene is a reporter for Fox News Digital. You can find him on Twitter at @HoustonKeene. Biden approval ' underwater ' as Americans criticize his withdrawal from Afghanistan , new poll shows .

A political group that backed former President Trump during his 2016 and 2020 campaigns is criticizing President Biden ’s handling of last month's rocky U.S. withdrawal and evacuation from Afghanistan . Biden 's approval ratings take hit in wake of afghanistan exit, covid surge. The president has been facing a barrage of bipartisan criticism for weeks for his handling of the hastily organized evacuation efforts at Kabul’s international airport to airlift Americans and their Afghan allies out of the war-torn Central Asian country, following the lightning-fast takeover

Among party lines, Democrats approve 88 to 7 percent, while Republicans disapprove 91 - 7 percent and independents disapprove 52 - 34 percent.

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Biden also received a negative score for his handling of foreign policy, with 59 percent stating they did not approve. Fifty-five percent of Americans who were surveyed in the poll also disapproved of Biden's handling of his job as Commander in Chief of the U.S. military, while 40 percent approved.

Regarding the economy, the survey found that Biden received a negative rating of 42% to 52%, a four percent increase in disapproval since a Quinnipiac survey in August.

The poll found Americans were slightly split on Biden's handling of climate change, with 45% disapproving and 42% approving, marking a 10 percent increase in disapproval since August.

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This is Biden ’s lowest approval rating in a Yahoo News/YouGov poll since taking office, and the first time more Americans have disapproved of his performance than approved of it. More specifically, less than a quarter (24 percent) say they approve of "the way the U.S. had handled its withdrawal from Afghanistan ," while twice as many (49 percent) say they disapprove. Increasingly, Americans seem to be distinguishing between the decision to leave Afghanistan and the messy (and now deadly) way that decision has played out in the real world — and Biden 's standing has suffered because of it.

Mr Biden wants to complete the withdrawal by the 20th anniversary of the attacks later this year. At least 2,500 US troops are currently deployed as part of the 9,600-strong Nato Afghan mission. The president said the US pull-out was justified as American forces had ensured that the country could no Asked about the president's decision by CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday, Mrs Clinton said, "Our government has to focus on two huge consequences", notably the resumption of activities by extremist groups and a subsequent outpouring of refugees from Afghanistan . She said the potential collapse

"If there ever was a honeymoon for President Biden, it is clearly over. This is, with few exceptions, a poll full of troubling negatives... from overall job approval, to foreign policy, to the economy," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.

While respondents approved of Biden's decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan 54% to 41%, he received criticism for the way he handled the withdrawal as 65% said they disapprove and only 31 percent said they approve. Sixty-two percent of respondents also said they believe American troops will have to return to Afghanistan to fight terrorism.

"'The pullout is over, but boots will be back on the ground eventually,' predict voters, who clearly see a looming terrorist threat churning in the cauldron that is Afghanistan," said Malloy.

Seventy percent of those who took part in the survey said they are very dissatisfied (46%) or somewhat dissatisfied (24%) with the way things are going in America currently. Less than 30% are very satisfied (3%) or somewhat satisfied (26%).

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