China News Service, September 23. According to a report by the US Chinese website, the internal and foreign affairs agenda of US President Biden has not progressed smoothly.

Gallup's latest poll shows that Biden's approval rate has dropped to 43%, a record low since he took office.

On March 25, local time, U.S. President Biden held the first official press conference in more than 60 days since he took office, answering hot issues such as border crisis, gun control, and infrastructure planning.

  As of the 22nd local time, Biden's approval rate in the Gallup poll had dropped to 43%, a record low since he took office and was 6 percentage points lower than in August.

A poll conducted by Quinnipiac University last week showed that Biden's approval rate was 42%, and his foreign policy approval rate dropped particularly significantly.

  Another poll number that worries Democrats is in the battlefield state of Iowa.

Local media polls released on the 21st showed that Biden's approval rate dropped to 31%, while his disapproval rate soared to 62%. Iowa is the first state to vote in the presidential election each year, and it has certain indicator significance.

  Recently, the Biden administration has encountered many "challenges." His most valued $3.5 trillion budget is stuck in Congress; thousands of Haitian refugees have gathered on the southern border; efforts to control the new crown epidemic have also made little progress.

  Biden met with progressive and moderate members of the Senate and House of Representatives at the White House on the afternoon of the 22nd, trying to bridge their differences and push for consensus on the huge budget.

After the exposure of border law enforcement officers violently expelling Haitian immigrants, it triggered a joint backlash between the two parties.

  However, the White House does not seem to be worried about the poll numbers.

White House Press Secretary Psaki said on the 22nd, “... the new crown epidemic still has a major impact on people’s lives. We understand this. Our goal is to continue to advance (Biden’s) agenda, improve people’s lives, and in the long-term Look at this from a perspective."

  U.S. Democratic Party strategist Basil Smikle pointed out that the epidemic, the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, and the restrictions on voting rights and abortion rights in multiple states have kept the Democratic Party on the defensive and polarized the election.

  He also said that Biden succeeded in his campaign with the promise of "bridging national differences." However, the tension on many issues now stems from partisan differences, which runs counter to Biden's habit of campaigning.