US media: Biden's support rate will continue to hover at a low level

  Reference News Network reported on January 4 that the US "Newsweek" website published a report entitled "Biden's support rate has not rebounded, facing a pessimistic outlook in 2022" on December 31, 2021. The full text is excerpted as follows:

  As President Biden enters his second year in office, he will face a low approval rate and a series of major domestic issues that may further weaken his approval rate.

  According to the analysis of the 538 website, which conducts polls, Biden received the support of most Americans in his first few months in office, but his approval rating has been declining since the end of August 2021.

  Biden’s approval ratings have not improved in recent weeks, and he is facing an equally tricky new year-including Democrats trying to pass the $1.75 trillion "Rebuild a Better Future Plan" (this is the key to Biden's legislative agenda) Part) and other issues remain unresolved.

  The 538 website tracks the president’s approval rate by analyzing the results of various polls. As of December 30, 2021, the website concluded that Biden’s approval rate was 43.4%.

In contrast, Biden's opposition rate was 51.6%.

Since September, the opposition rate has been on the rise.

It is difficult for Biden's approval rating to pick up in January 2022.

  Biden hopes to achieve success that may improve his status in 2022, including responding to the current epidemic and passing a social expenditure bill.

  Democratic Senator Manchin is the key for the bill to be passed in the equally divided Senate.

However, the hope of persuading him to support the bill before Christmas fell through.

  The United States is facing a surge in infections of the Omi Keron mutant strain, and a large number of new cases are likely to appear in January.

Democrats must also fight for the 2022 midterm elections. The Republican party’s goal is to regain control of both houses.

  The mid-term elections are usually regarded as a referendum on the current president, and the current president’s party generally performs poorly in the mid-term elections. Biden’s personal approval rating does not seem to bode well for Democrats, and the economy is still good. A core issue.

  Given that the inflation rate reached its highest point in nearly 40 years in November, many Americans remain pessimistic about the economic outlook.