China News Service, October 25. According to US media reports, the latest public opinion survey shows that the approval rate of US President Biden in the first nine months of his term has fallen more than any US president since World War II.

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.

  Gallup’s new opinion poll showed that Biden’s approval rate dropped from 56% in the first quarter to 44.7% in the third quarter, a drop of 11.3%, which no president has ever experienced since World War II.​​ of.

  "This 11-percentage drop is greater than any previous president's drop between the first and third quarters," Gallup said.

  According to reports, the last holder of the “record” with the fastest decline in approval ratings was the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. In the first nine months after he became president, his approval rating dropped by 10.1 percentage points.

  The report pointed out that Biden's approval rate declined in July 2021, when the incidence of the new crown in the United States increased, and the chaotic withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan at the end of August made the president's approval rate worse.

  In addition, the failure of the Democrats in the US Congress to advance Biden's infrastructure and spending agenda has further exacerbated the decline in his approval ratings.