Chinanews, November 15th, a comprehensive report, in a new opinion poll released on November 14th, the US President Biden’s job approval rate continued to fall, dropping to 41%, mainly due to Democrats and independents. The opposition is getting louder and louder.

The survey also showed that 70% of respondents rated the current economic situation as "not very good" or "very bad."

Data map: US President Biden.

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  According to reports, a survey conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News found that 53% of Americans disapproved of Biden’s performance as president, and 6% said they had no opinion.

  Biden's 41% approval rating is slightly lower than the 44% in September and a sharp drop from the 50% in June.

And three months after Biden became president, 52% of Americans have positively commented on Biden's work performance.

  The November poll found that Biden’s approval ratings among Democrats and independents are declining.

Among them, 80% of Democrats said they agree with the work done by the president, down from 94% in June.

This month, 16% of Democrats said they did not approve of the work Biden did.

For independents, 35% said they agreed with Biden's work performance, while 58% said they did not agree.

  The report pointed out that the decline in Biden's approval rating may be due to the nationwide economic difficulties that have hit Americans, including rising prices and rising inflation.

The survey showed that 70% of respondents rated the current economic situation as "not very good" or "very bad"; less than one-third of Americans (29%) are satisfied with the country's economic situation.

  In the new survey, the respondents' support rate for Biden's economic treatment is 39%, and the support rate for response to the epidemic is 47%.

  However, there is also some good news for Biden in the polls.

Most Americans surveyed said they support the bipartisan infrastructure bill to be signed by Biden and the social spending bill that the Democrats are still negotiating.

  The poll was conducted from November 7th to November 10th. 1,001 American adults were surveyed by telephone.

The margin of error is 3.5 percentage points.