The chaotic withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan in mid-August 2021 ended the "honeymoon period" for US President Joe Biden since he took office in January of the same year, and support continued to decline. Subsequently, inflation that began to intensify in the same year made Biden's domestic support even more challenging. In the first half of 2022, the decline in Biden's support seems to have no "lower limit". In April, Biden's domestic support rate fell to a new low of 38% after taking office.
However, in the past three months, Biden's support has not only failed to improve, but even the "basic market" of the Democratic Party is industry email list almost unable to hold. "Newsweek" reported on July 5 that the latest poll from Monmouth University in the United States pointed out that Biden's support in June fell to the lowest 36% since taking office, and his dissatisfaction reached nearly 60% (58%). ), which is a huge difference from a year ago (July 2021) at 48%.
The poll further analyzed that although Biden still has 74% support among Democratic supporters, only 29% and 3% support among independent voters and Republican supporters, respectively. Not only has Biden’s satisfaction continued to drop, but the public is also worried about the future of the United States. Nearly 90 percent (88 percent) of respondents believe the U.S. is on a "wrong track," according to the poll. Compared with the poll in May, it rose by 9%, showing that the direction of the Biden administration is less trusted by the people.