Biden Recovers Among Democrats, 71% Now Want Him Reelected

  • As President Biden passes the halfway point of his first term in office, an Emerson College Polling national survey finds 44% of voters approve of the job he is doing as President, while 48% disapprove of the job Biden is doing. Since the November Emerson national survey, Biden’s approval has recovered five percentage points, from 39% to 44%, and his disapproval has decreased four percentage points, from 52% to 48%. The president’s approval remains below his inaugural approval of 49% in the February 2021 Emerson poll.
  • While Biden’s approval has remained consistent among Democratic voters, at 77% approval in January and 78% in February, the share of Democratic voters who think Biden should be the 2024 nominee has jumped by 13 points since the January Emerson poll, from 58% to 71%. Less than a third (29%) of Democratic voters think someone else should be the Democratic nominee in 2024.
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