President Joe Biden’s popularity among the American people plummeted last weekend when the Taliban invaded and took power in Kabul. Called Monday Approval rate 46 percent of the president, or 46 percent of the population, supports his policies. On Friday, the figure was still 53 percent. Reuters conducted the poll in association with news agency Ipsos.
This had never happened before when Biden was president Approval rate Very low. The figure has been listed weekly since the president took office and has fluctuated between 50 and 60 percent over the past seven months. Although a majority of Republican and Democrat voters previously believed that the United States should leave Afghanistan, they did not like its implementation.
Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, the United States launched a war in Afghanistan in 2001 under the Bush administration. . At the time, about 47 percent of Americans thought George W. Bush had done a good job in Afghanistan, a percentage higher than what is now behind Biden.
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