President Joe Biden’s latest approval numbers came out on Sunday, and the best number of any poll last month didn’t come from Fox News.
Network, often there’s a problem with Biden and the way his administration has handled things, has come up with a new survey on Sunday, giving him a favorable rating of 47%. Compared to most other surveys released last month, Fox’s number is several points higher and marks one of Biden’s highest ratings since November.
FiveThirtyEight, which aggregates these numbers and tracks the reliability of the polls “based on the historical and methodological accuracy of the polls of each voting organization,” gives Fox News an A rating. .
That said, Fox News also points to high (and growing) disapproval ratings for the president in other areas.
According to their survey52% disapprove of his handling of the pandemic (up from 38% in April 2021), 54% disapprove of his handling of foreign policy (up from 41% in April). 2021), 58% disapprove of his handling of the economy (up from 42% in April 2021) and 59% disapprove of his handling of border security (up from 51%). in April 2021).
The poll also showed a slight drop in support for a prospective Republican candidate and growing support for a Democratic candidate following the election to Congress.
The question arises: If elections to the National Assembly were held today, would you vote for [ROTATE] Democratic candidate in your county or Republican candidate in your county? [IF UNDECIDED: Well, if you had to vote, which way would you lean?]
Results: 43% said Democratic candidate, 44% said Republican candidate, 11% undecided. In October 2021, those numbers are 39% (D), 46% (R), 12% (U).
When asked which party – Democrat or Republican – they feel would do better on specific issues, Democrats are supported on climate change, racism, health care, and so on. health, bringing the country together, the coronavirus pandemic, educating and defending American democracy. Republicans are favored on taxes, the federal deficit, immigration, the economy, crime, border security, and national security.
The network recently praised Biden for the fact that the United States has seen a 7% increase in inflation since December. But, they made the mistake of doing so. In this segment, the network used a photo of empty shelves from a 2011 NPR story about Japan, with a photo of President Joe Biden superimposed on it with the words “EMPTY SHELVES JOE”.
When Twitter users pointed out the snob, the network came up with a adjusted in the broadcast the next day. They said: “A quick word before we go, during last night’s broadcast we aired an image that is said to contain current images of empty store shelves here in the United States.
You can view the full Fox News survey by clicking here.
https://www.thewrap.com/joe-biden-approval-rating-high-fox-news/ Fox News gives the highest number of approvals in the last month