Why Joe Biden’s historically low approval ratings matter
President Joe Biden’s approval rating has taken a tumble since his first days in office — to the second-worst of any recent president during this point in his first term. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains why Biden’s numbers are so low, and what this could mean for Democrats in 2022.
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Presidential Approval Ratings — Joe Biden
George H.W. Bush Retrospective
Midterm Seat Loss Averages 37 for Unpopular Presidents
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