Biden's approval craters at 33%: Just 26% of independents approve of his job in the White House

39% back his handling of Ukraine and 68% says U.S. should be doing MORE to stop Putin's forces killing civilians in yet another shocking poll

  • President Joe Biden's approval rating stands at 33 per cent among American adults in a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday

  • This is the second time Biden has been rated this low in this particular survey, with the first time occurring in January

  • The Democratic president is seen in a drastically different light depending on respondents' political affiliation

  • Twenty-six per cent of independents approve of Biden, along with 76 per cent of Democrats and just 3 per cent of Republicans

  • Thirty-nine per cent of Americans said they approved of Biden's handling of the response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, while another 48 per cent disapprove

President Joe Biden's approval rating stands at 33 per cent among American adults in a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday.

This is the second time Biden has been rated this low in this particular survey, with the first time occurring in January.

The Democratic president is seen in a drastically different light depending on respondents' political affiliation, with independents giving him an approval rating of 26 per cent.


Seventy-six per cent of Democrats, on the other hand, approve of the job Biden is doing, while just 12 per cent disapprove.

At the same time, just 3 per cent of Republicans surveyed approve of the job Biden is doing, while a whopping 94 per cent disapprove.


Among the smaller group of registered voters, Biden's approval rating stands at 35 per cent.

Biden gets graded slightly higher when Americans were asked specifically about his handling of Russia's invasion into Ukraine.

Thirty-nine per cent of Americans said they approved of Biden's handling of the response, while another 48 per cent disapprove.

Americans, generally, want the U.S. to do more - with 68 per cent agreeing that the U.S. has a moral responsibility to do more to stop Russian forces from killing civilians in Ukraine.

Another 24 per cent disagree with that statement.

Seventy-four per cent of Americans said they believed that the worst is yet to come in Ukraine.


Already, 82 per cent said they believed Russian President Vladimir Putin was a war criminal.

Ten per cent of respondents said Putin was not a war criminal.

Additionally, 71 per cent of Americans believe Putin ordered Russian troops to kill civilians in Ukraine.

Fourteen per cent said they think Putin did not.

The Quinnipiac survey is on the lower end of recent polling on Biden's approval rating.

The Real Clear Politics polling average has Biden's approval rating standing at 40.6 per cent.

The poll was conducted between April 7-11 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 per cent.


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