A survey found jurisdictions where either side of the aisle could win the next election lost favor with the president on March 20.
A Civiqs poll revealed Joe Biden’s approval rating was so low it is likely to affect battleground states at the 2022 elections.
The sample study of 179,724 respondents ranked the incumbent’s approval rating at 36% compared to 55% who disapprove.
Among independent voters only 24% approved of Biden compared to 66% who disapproved.
The sentiment was shared across Georgia where 32% approved and 58% did not. Arizona and Nevada each recorded 35% approval and 58% disapproval. Michigan and Pennsylvania both had 35% approval and 57% disapproval.
The latest poll was conducted between Jan. 20 and March 20.
NEW: @Civiqs / 03/20/2022— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) March 21, 2022
President Biden Job Approval (-19)
Approve 36% (-1)
Disapprove 55% (=)
Georgia: 32/58 (-26)
Arizona: 35/58 (-23)
Nevada: 35/58 (-23)
Michigan: 35/57 (-22)
Pennsylvania: 35/57 (-22) pic.twitter.com/Iq0MxYkFBc
SSRS previously discovered neither the Democratic Party nor GOP memberships fully support giving Biden or Donald Trump another four years in the Oval Office.
The Pennsylvania-based market research firm confirmed 51% of Democrats polled prefer to nominate a different presidential candidate. Only 45% of them want Biden to return to the White House for a second term.
The sample study of 1,527 adults also found 49% of Republican voters want to nominate someone else for president. Half of them still want Trump back for the 2024 election.
More GOP respondents did not want Trump to be president again (19%) compared to Democrats who disapproved of Biden (16%).
However, more Democrats believe Biden cannot defeat the Republicans in the next election (18%). Only 11% of Republicans believe Trump cannot win in 2024.