Trump’s Poll Suddenly Drops, Researchers Have Found

( According to a leftwing study, President Joe Biden is performing at his greatest level in months, while Donald Trump’s approval rating is at its lowest point in more than a year.

According to an NBC News poll, Trump currently has a 54 percent disapproval rating and a 34 percent approval rating.

In an August NBC News survey, Trump had a negative approval rating of 54 percent and a somewhat higher positive approval rating of 36 percent.

In contrast, Trump’s approval ratings were 36% in May and March 2022, 37% in January 2022, and 38% in August and October 2021.

Since an April 2021 NBC poll, in which he received ratings of 55 percent unfavorable and 32 percent positive, the former president’s overall favorability rating, which is currently 54 percent positive and 34 percent negative, has not been as low.

While Biden’s overall popularity rating is still below average, the survey also revealed that he currently receives the greatest positive score in almost a year.

According to the most recent NBC favorability poll, Biden has a 45 percent favorable rating, 3 points higher than last month and the highest number since October 2021, and a 52 percent unfavorable rating.

In other areas, the poll showed that respondents are now undecided when asked who they support in the midterm elections, with the GOP and Democrat Party each receiving 46% of the vote.

According to pollsters, both parties will launch distinct campaigns to win over voters in November. The GOP will emphasize crime, the expense of living, and Biden’s management of the economy, while the Democrats will focus extensively on abortion rights.

According to the NBC News poll, 61 percent of Americans disagree with the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and when asked who they favor more to address the issue, Democrats have an all-time high 22-point lead over the GOP (47 to 25).

Comparatively, 58 percent of respondents said they disapproved of Biden’s handling of the economy, while only 47 percent supported the GOP and 28 percent preferred the Democrats.

Democratic pollster Jeff Horwitt of Hart Research Associates told NBC that “we frequently worry about wave elections.”

But this year, we might consider an election characterized by “waves,” in which extraordinarily powerful crosscurrents cause voters to move in unexpected directions.
Republicans are winning the campaign on the economy, cost of living, crime, and border security, according to Republican pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinion Strategies, who also carried out the study.

However, a second battle on abortion, democracy, and climate change are underway, and Democrats are leading it.

The NBC News poll surveyed 1,000 registered voters between September 9 and September 13 and had an overall margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.